Sometimes the role of poetry is to help us name grief, injustice, dismemberment, so that we can participate in honoring our fullest selves, the resistance work of collective repair. Two poems do not shy away from naming violences quiet and grand.
Author Archives: Alex Quintanilla
Alex Quintanilla graduated with a BA in English from Rice University before teaching English in Extremadura, Spain. She is currently a pediatric resident in San Antonio, Texas where she enjoys sharing the love of reading with her patients.