Tired

If you go to poets dot org and type the word ‘Chicano’ into the search bar there, the results are dismal. Sure, a couple of names come back – just as you will find the same five or six names at each and every big box book store’s “Hispanic” section. This is, of course, a […]

Store-wide sale!

I’m having a store-wide sale on books I have in stock and ready to ship. Everything is discounted, including my new book. Take advantage of this sale and help support true independent publishing. Quantities are limited! First come first serve. Click here to check out the sale.  Books ship Priority Mail, include 2 free BSP […]

Every Which Way But Loose: Remembering Denver the cow town

I shouldn’t be writing this – I really don’t have the time, but I’ve found that if I don’t write about something when inspiration calls, it quickly dissipates and is then lost for good. POOF! It evaporates into the ether and then I regret it. And this isn’t anything earth-shattering or even related to publishing, […]

A funny thing happened on the way to the Libertarian party…one Chicano’s experience and a lesson from Corky Gonzales

First things first: I am not a Libertarian. I want nothing to do with the Libertarian Party, or any other party for that matter. If you look on my voter registration card it says, “NPA,” which stands for “no party affiliation,” and that is where I am at today, nowhere, Jack. I probably shouldn’t even […]