our housemates
true loving lifeblood

the ppl who make no.good.home a real good home ...

brianda noelle torres [bnt]

brianda noelle torres is from central washington. she lives for complexities, spirit stories, and little wonders.

brianda noelle torres es del centro de washington. vive para las complejidades, las historias de espíritu y las maravillitas.

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el cuerpo del poema del cuerpo [2022]

claudia nuñez de ibieta [cndi]

Claudia Nuñez de Ibieta is a bookseller and Spanish/English interpreter and translator. She is also interested in book-making and is a member of the Phoenix Cartonera Collective. She has lived in Los Angeles, CA, Santiago, Chile, and Tempe, AZ.

Claudia Nuñez de Ibieta es librera e intérprete y traductora inglés/español. Como integrante de la Cartonera Collective de Phoenix, también disfruta haciendo libros. Ha vivido en Los Ángeles, CA, Santiago, Chile y Tempe, AZ.

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márgenes // margins [2021]
el cuerpo del poema del cuerpo [2022]

cristina guzmán apellaniz [cga]

Mi nombre es Cristina Guzmán Apellaniz, oriunda de Caguas. Cursé estudios en la Universidad de Puerto Rico, en la Facultad de Humanidades del Recinto de Río Piedras y en la Escuela Graduada de Comunicaciones. Escribo porque amo profundizar en las maravillas y los misterios del lenguaje en todas su formas y expresiones.

My name is Cristina Guzmán Apellaniz, a native of Caguas. I studied at the University of Puerto Rico, at the School of Humanities of the Rio Piedras Campus and at the Graduate School of Communications. I write because I love to delve into the wonders and mysteries of language in all its forms and expressions.

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el cuerpo del poema del cuerpo [2022]

félix castro rodríguez ii [fcrii]

rapero boricua establecido en phoenix, az. existencialista en resistencia. hombre-niño con medias tintas solicita espacio para acomodar trazos de memoria selectiva.

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lapsus [2022]

heidi blocher [hb]

born in switzerland. now living and walking in phoenix. in her words:

"From icescapes to desert - writing covers it all! Writing will reveal it - what a marvel!"

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ice [2021]

mary hope whitehead lee [mhwl]

sonoran desert denizen. apprentice literary translator. active member of the phoenix cartonera collective.

habitante del desierto de sonora. traductora literaria aspirante. integrante activa de la cartonera collective de phoenix.

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márgenes // margins [2021]
lapsus [2022]
el cuerpo del poema del cuerpo [2022]

maya faulstich-hon [mfh]

maya faulstich-hon [she/her] likes tomatoes.

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mary said [2021]

nathaniel j gan [njg]

small human, learning alongside other humans and spaces and worlds. soil tender at big train farm in chepachet, ri from 2019-2021. sitting, walking, playing in between, in translation as in life. a minor ecology in the heart wilderness.

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the trans prefix [2021]
being a cretcha [2021]
quiet night thoughts [2021]
etc etc etc

noa/h fields [nf]

noa/h loves to go dancing and she believes in entropy, wild captioning, oblique strategies, and collective dream communication.

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vip typo [2021]

oscar mancinas [om]

Oscar Mancinas (Rarámuri-Chicanx) was born and raised in Mesa's Washington-Escobedo Neighborhood. He is the author of the short story collection To Live and Die in El Valle and the poetry chapbooks Jaula and Roto: A Mex-Tape. His debut full-length poetry collection is forthcoming from Tolsun Books.

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me|same|same|sa|mesa|me [2021]

ryan greene [rg]

book nerd. translation geek. phoenix-born. phoenix-based. co-conspirator at f*%k if i know//books. like collier, the ground he stands on is not his ground.

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condo®s [2021]
bedtime stories [2021]
true//starts [2020]
etc etc etc

tamara grosso [tg]

Tamara Grosso was born in Buenos Aires in 1991. She has a bachelor's in communication (UBA). She's worked as an editor, publisher, and content coordinator in various media and organizations, and as a journalist at Eterna Cadencia press and the distributor Big-Sur. She's published the books "Entre el blanco y el negro" (De la grieta, 2015), "Márgenes" (Objeto Editorial, 2016), "Guatepeor" (Modesto Rimba, 2016) and "Cuando todo refugio se vuelva hostil" (Santos Locos, 2019). She's also published the chapbooks "Las partes de la ciudad" (Perronautas, 2017) y "La nena de cuatro años que ya sabía leer" (Fantasma, 2019). She is included in the poetry anthology "Otros colores para nosotras" (Continente, 2018). In 2017 she was selected for the V edition of "TwitterRelatos por la Identidad," organized by Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo. She coordinates poetry workshops.

Tamara Grosso nació en Buenos Aires en 1991. Es Lic. en Comunicación (UBA). Trabajó como redactora, editora y coordinadora de contenidos en diferentes medios y organizaciones, y como prensa en la editorial Eterna Cadencia y la distribuidora Big-Sur. Publicó los libros "Entre el blanco y el negro" (De la grieta, 2015), "Márgenes" (Objeto Editorial, 2016), "Guatepeor" (Modesto Rimba, 2016) y "Cuando todo refugio se vuelva hostil" (Santos Locos, 2019). También las plaquetas "Las partes de la ciudad" (Perronautas, 2017) y "La nena de cuatro años que ya sabía leer" (Fantasma, 2019). Es parte de la antología de poesía "Otros colores para nosotras" (Continente, 2018). En 2017 fue seleccionada en la V edición de "TwitterRelatos por la Identidad", organizado por Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo. Coordina talleres de poesía.

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márgenes // margins [2021]

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