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To Love an Island, YesYes Books, December 2021

Que tiemble, La Impresora, forthcoming Fall 2022



“Mercurial” & “Sex Sonnet I”, Southeast Review Vol 40.2, November 2022

"Clementines", Poetry Daily, April 20, 2022

"I think of hurricanes/Pienso en huracanes", Sixth Finch, July 2021

"Strawberries/Fresas", loose poem for purchase with La Impresora, July 2021

"Clementines/Mandarinas"Pigeon Pages NYC, January 3, 2021


“Orden Ejecutiva: Boletín Administrativo Número: OE-2020-051” & “Wanda Vázquez extiende el toque de queda”, NACLA Report on the Americas, September 10, 2020


“Executive Order: Administrative Bulletin Number: OE-2020-051” & “Wanda Vázquez stretches curfew”, NACLA Report on the Americas, August 27, 2020


“Shoelaces/Agujetas”“Noche de San Juan”, Periódico de Poesía UNAM, July 27, 2020


“Educación”, The Paris Review, May 22, 2020

“Qué tiemble”, low-fi ardentía, March 31, 2020


Home”, “Patria” & “A sermon on the subway and I remember my island, The Breakbeat Poets Volume 4: LatiNEXT, Haymarket Books, April 2020


“Ode to the cacerola combativa/Oda a la cacerola combativa”, “In the fissures of crisis/En las grietas de la crisis” & “A cada lechón le llega su renuncia/A cada lechón le llega su renuncia”, Society and Space, February 24, 2020


“A cada lechón le llega su Navidá combativa”, Jamaica Gleaner, Meeting Ground: A Special Christmas Collaboration Between Poets of Jamaica and Puerto Rico, December 15, 2019  


“A cada lechón le llega su Navidá combativa” & “Partida”, low-fi ardentía, December 12, 2019 


Late in the evening” & “A hurricane has come and gone. What do we tell our children now?, Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature and Fine Arts, March 2019


Rhizomatic” & “If a Tree Falls in an Island: The Metaphysics of Colonialism”, Aftershocks of Disaster: Puerto Rico Before and After the Storm, Haymarket Books, 2019


“The day after the storm, she responded to police inquiries on the death of her bedridden sisters, who died during the hurricane” & “A year after the storm, he responded to a newspaper interview on the death of his bedridden sisters, who died during the hurricane”, Sx Salon, February 2019


“Strawberries”, Foundry Journal, March 2019 


To Julia Keleher, Puerto Rico’s Secretary of Education, who was on the same American Airlines flight as me four months after Hurricane María, Voces desde Puerto Rico/Voices from Puerto Rico, Red Sugarcane Press, 2019


“Last breath”, Kweli Journal, #PoetsForPuertoRico: Kweli Edition, October 2018 

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