Sin Fronteras/Writers Without Borders Issue #23 has just arrived from the printer. (See its photo to the right.) It features the work of 48 contributors, mostly poets. Six are from southern New Mexico, seven from other parts of the state, a few more from the greater southwest. Others are from all over the country, from […]
It’s February and once again the Sin Fronteras folks will be presenting a “For Love of Lit” reading as part of “For Love of Art Month.” The event will be Saturday, February 23, 10:00 to 12:00, at the Branigan Cultural Center, 501 N. Main Street, Las Cruces. Outside the Farmers and Crafts Market will be […]
This is an announcement for readers in northern New Mexico. Las Cruces poets Joe Somoza and Dick Thomas, both of whom have previously served as editors of Sin Fronteras Journal, will be giving a reading on Sunday, October 21, at Jules’ Poetry Playhouse, 1001 5th St. NW in Albuquerque.
After the loss of poetry editor Terry Hertzler this spring, we are delighted to have poet Frank Varela step in to help with Sin Fronteras Journal. Brooklyn born, Frank is the author of four books of poetry, Serpent Underfoot, Bitter Coffee, Caleb’s Exile and, most recently, Diaspora. His children’s stories have been published by Riverside […]
We in the local Sin Fronteras community were saddened to learn of the death of Terry Herztler earlier this month. He had been missing from a couple of events, but we did not know why. Joe Somoza, one of the elders of the local poetry community and editor emeritus of Sin Fronteras Journal, wrote this […]
The open reading sponsored by Sin Fronteras at Palacio Bar in Mesilla, which took a hiatus for several months over the winter, is returning this month. “Back by popular demand” might be stretching the point, but we have had several requests and expressions of interest. Some folks missed us! Copies of Sin Fronteras Journal #22 […]
Sin Fronteras/Writers Without Borders #22 is out. We know it seems a long wait to our contributors, but our all-volunteer crew is pleased to be ahead of last year’s schedule. Our cover artist for this issue is local artist and poet, Katie McLane, a regular at our readings. The forty contributors include former editors Michelle […]