Disaster Literature

Ana Portnoy, “Minister Puerto Rico Preaches to Caribbean After Hurricane Irma.Kweli, December 1, 2017.

—, “To Julia Keleher, Puerto Rico’s Secretary of Education, who was on the same American Airlines flight as me four months after Hurricane María.La Respuesta, March 12, 2018.  

Ángeles Molina Iturrondo, “Contar los muertos.” 80 grados, June 22, 2018.

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Ariadna Godreau Aubert, Las Propias: Apuntes para una pedagogía de las endeudadas. Educación Emergente, 2018.

Beatriz Llenín-Figueroa, “Quiso ser un diario de huracán, pero no pudo.” Ahora la turba, October 25, 2017.

Bonafide Rojas, Notes on the Return to the Island. Grand Concourse Press, 2017.

Carla Rodríguez and Rosa Colón Guerra. Goodbye, For Now. Soda Pop Comics, 2016.

Cezanne Cardona Morales, Levittown mon amour. Ediciones Callejón, 2018.

Christian Ibarra, “Apagar con gasolina un fuego.” 80 grados, April 4, 2014.

—, “La Ola.” 80 grados, July 1, 2016.

—, Ventanas. Libros AC, 2017.

Denice Frohman, “& mommy says throw me in the river when I’m dead.The Acentos Review, February 2018.

E. S. Ortiz González. Estrategias de combate. Instituto de Cultura, 2017.

Edgardo Miranda-Rodríguez, et al. Ricanstruction: Reminiscing and Rebuilding Puerto Rico. Somos Arte, 2018.

Edgardo Rodríguez Juliá, Simplemente María.” El Nuevo Día, October 7, 2017.

Elidio La Torre, “natural disaster #2: wooden fish ears.The American Poetry Journal, Issue 15, December 2017

—, Gran vacío a boca llena Vol ! Atelier, 2018.

Francisco Font Acevedo, La troupe Samsonite. Folium, 2016.

Gegman Lee and Félix Meléndez, editors. Libro de la promesa. Ediciones Alayubia, 2016.

Guillermo Rebollo Gil,Cosas que aprendí después del huracán.” Ahora la turba, October 11, 2017.

—, Amigos en todas partes: En defensa de los agitadores. Educación Emergente, 2016.

—, Writing Puerto Rico: Our Decolonial Moment. Palgrave Pivot, 2018.

Juan Carlos Quiñones, Bar Shopenhauer. Ediciones Une, 2015.

Juan López Bauzá, Barataria. Libros AC, 2012.

El mar de Azov. Libros AC, 2016.

Julio César Pol, “A la mitad.” 80 grados, April 22, 2018.

Loretta Collins Klobah, Ricantations. Peepal Tree Press, 2018.

Luis Othoniel Rosa, Caja de Fractales. Entropia, 2013.

Mara Pastor, Poemas para fomentar el turismo. La Secta de los Perros, 2012.

Marta Aponte Alsina, Somos Islas: ensayos emergentes. Educación Emergente, 2015.

Martín Espada, “Mad Love,Vivas to Those Who Have Failed: Poems, W. W. Norton & Company, 2017.

Mayra Santos-Febres, editor, San Juan Noir. Akashic Books, 2016.

—, editor, Cuentos de Huracán. (forthcoming)

—, Huracanada. Trabalis, 2018.

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Omar Banuchi and Ed Morales, “A Cartoon History of Colonialism in Puerto Rico,” The Village Voice, March 19, 2018.

Pa’ la posteridá: Antología sobre el paso del huracán María por Puerto Rico, Ediciones Flamboyán (forthcoming)

Raquel Salas Rivera, Erica Mena, Ricardo Alberto Maldonado, and Carina del Valle, editors. Puerto Rico en mi corazón. Anomalous Press.

Vita Ayala, Puerto Rico Strong: A Comics Anthology Supporting Puerto Rico Disaster. Diamond, 2018.

Raquel Salas-Rivera, Lo terciario/The Tertiary. Timeless Infinite Light, 2018

Refugiar(se), Editorial N. (forthcoming)

Rima Brusi, “Entre La Bicha y la pared,” 80 grados, April 20, 2018.

—, “Lo que no contamos80 grados, December 15, 2017.

Rosa Colón, “Hurricane Maria’s Real Toll: Nobody knows exactly how many people were killed, but it’s more than the government says.” The Nib, 5 June 2018.

Sergio Gutiérrez Negrón, Dicen que los dormidos. 3rd edition, Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña, 2017.

—, Los días hábiles. (forthcoming)

Sofía Irene Cardona, “Volver a casa.” Será otra cosa, Claridad, May 29, 2018.

Sofia Irene Cardona, Mari Mari Narvaez, Ana Teresa Perez Leroux, Vanessa Vilches Norat, Del desorden habitual de las cosas. Capicúa, 2015.

Vanessa Vilches Norat, Geografías de lo perdido. Ediciones Callejón, 2018.

Xavier Valcárcel, “América esto as apenas un poema.” 80 grados, June 3, 2016.  

—, Restos de lumbre y despedida. Erizo Editorial, 2012.