Sin Fronteras Journal has closed
Because we lost most of our volunteers in the past year and were unable to find new people who can work with online publishing, Sin Fronteras Journal has folded. In the post below the announcement of Joanne Townsend’s book you can view Issue 26, which never found its wings. I have been part of the […]
Joanne Townsend: Between Promise and Sadness
Those of our readers who live in Las Cruces, or who were contributors to Sin Fronteras Journal may remember Joanne Townsend, an active poet in our circle since she and her husband Dan moved down from Alaska in 2005, with several poems in the Journal. She hoped to produce a collection of her poems in […]
Volume 26 corrected
It’s still not available for download, but see what you can do with share.
Journal Issue 26 is (almost) online
Errors in the document for Volume 26 have led us to withdraw the link. We hope to have it up again soon, though still only a draft. The We in that paragraph is the “editorial we.” “We” is really I, Ellen Roberts Young, who have created the document that is the Journal, Volume 26, and […]
We are still at work to publish Issue #26 of the Journal. We hope it won’t be too much longer. However, until it is out we are postponing submissions for Issue #27. Watch this page for updates.
ALERT: Change in submission dates
We are changing the dates for receiving submissions. Instead of April 1 to June 30, we are setting them for May 1 to July 15 this year, issue #27.. We hope this will make for a more efficient process. To make this work, we will have to reject submissions received in April, so watch your […]
News from the Editor
First, the sad news. Production problems have delayed Sin Fronteras #26. It will come out, we just don’t know when. Second, a personal note from the editor: Omicron permitting, I will be the featured reader at the Sin Fronteras Open Reading at Palacio Bar in Mesilla on February 16, sharing poems from Lost in the […]
And Now for Issue #26
There are just three more weeks to submit your work for our next annual issue. We want to see your poems and prose. Check the details on the submissions page and send us something. No particular theme. We want poetry that stirs the reader. By that we mean, send us your good stuff.
Celebration Reading for Issue #25
Sign on next Saturday for a reading by many of the contributors to Issue #25. (Check your time zone.) An evening with Sin Fronteras/Writers Without BordersA Poetry Reading (via Zoom)https://cccconfer.zoom.us/j/9348057923 15 May 2021, 7:00 to 8:30pm PDT(open mic to follow)(the door opens at 6:55pm) presented by el gigante reading series, Sacramento City Collegethrough the kindness […]
Issue #25 is Out
Our latest issue includes a varied and even international group of poets: Hugh Anderson, Paul Bamberger, Rachel Barton, Byron Beynon, Philip Dean Brown, Kathleen Browning, Blair Cooper, William Doreski, Stephen Duncan, Jesse Ehrenberg, Jay Gandhi, Peter Goodman, Ken Hada, Carol Hamilton, Tobey Hiller, Marc Jampole, Judith Janoo, Rick Kearns, Dwayne Kiern, Yvonne Higgins Leach, Laura […]