Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Natalie Scenters-Zapico Publishing Poetry

Natalie Scenters-Zapico has been publishing her poetry, including: "His Taste," in Caper Literary Journal, Fall 2010; "Guerrero Pears," in The Acentos Review, Spring 2011; "Succulence," in the Bellevue Literary Review, Fall 2011 Vol. 11 No. 2; "How Borders Are Built," in The Minnesota Review, Fall 2011 Issue 77; "After I Read Your Obituary," in Cura: A Magazine of Art and Action, Spring 2012 Issue 5; "I Light The House on Fire and Lie Down" and "A Torero's Daughter is Killed in La Plaza de Toros, Juarez," in Cream City Review, Spring 2012 Issue 36.1; "Dear Angel," and "La Mariscal," in Palabra, forthcoming; and "Bibbed in Paisley He Reads Zizek Instead," in The Believer, forthcoming.

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