9/24
Home by Cecelia “Mousy DeVilla” DeLeon Born and raised in WA, I’ve been here all of my life. I grew up in White Center, where I bussed through South Park on the 60 as a teenager. In all my years living in the area, I’ve seen growth and change [...]
9/22
Brown girl. With those brown eyes and brown locks. by Roxana Pardo Garcia Brown girl. With those brown eyes and brown locks – did you know your presence is Ancestral? Did you know the cosmos and this earth aligned to give your birther, a divine [...]
9/21
The Barbershop Talk by Aeon Corvidae (AY-on KOR-vi-day) Pioneer Square, a place where the buildings are frozen in time. The morning air feels and smells of the salty Puget Sound, where you can hear the Western Gulls cry along with the horns of the [...]
9/21
Born in a small border town in rural New Mexico, Roberto Maestas left home at age 13 and worked as a migrant farmer throughout the Western United States. He settled in Seattle in the 1950s and was educated as a teacher. Maestas taught Spanish at [...]