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Welcome New Poetry Editor, Frank Varela

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 […]

Farewell to Terry

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 […]

Open Reading this Tuesday, April 17

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 […]

Our New Issue

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 […]

Our Annual For Love of Lit Reading

Once again, Sin Fronteras is hosting a reading in conjunction with Las Cruces’ For Love of Art Month.  Members and friends of Sin Fronteras will be reading on Saturday afternoon, February 24.  Thirteen local poets will read. Michael Mandel will be the M.C. Join us at the Branigan Cultural Center, 501 N. Main Street, from […]

Issue #22 out soon

This year’s issue of Sin Fronteras/Writers Without Borders Journal has just gone to the printer.  We, the editors and production team, are excited about this year’s mix of pieces.  We’ll say more about it when we get the new image up. Copies for contributors should be on their way by early March.

Work on Issue #22 Continues

The poetry editors and the prose editors have done their work, and the process now moves toward production.  This will be slow, in our all-volunteer operation; we hope to have the Journal out in March. We accepted work from a total of 40 writers, a varied set of pieces from a richly varied batch of […]