Quizás is born out of the combination of the Latin phrase "qui sapt," or "who knows . . ."
Rebecca Anne Renner A few years ago, my friend “Michelle” was kicked out of the house where she’d been living with her uncle and his girlfriend. Michelle didn’t understand what she’d done; she’s not exactly a trouble maker. She’s more likely to be caught at home with a novel on a Saturday night than out … Continue reading Implications: On Writing Mental Illness and Why Representation Matters
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Jared Alan Smith I once had a conversation with a Frenchman I’d just quit working for about the nature of American medicine: he said that each type of doctor has become so specialized that it is near impossible to find a physician to help with a variety of ills. When he asked me if I … Continue reading Writing In Great Places: Poetry At The Dali
Rebecca Anne Renner The spiritual world collides with my life only when I’m not expecting it. Ideas spark and I have to tell them to someone. So when Cyriaco Lopes, one of our core faculty in the MFA’s Poetry in the Expanded Field, gathered us in the stone courtyard of El Templo de la Purísima … Continue reading Lines of Sight: On the Creation of a Literary Magazine