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March 10-11, 2018 (9:30am - 5:30pm)

Sarah Cortez Ms.

Sarah Cortez's collections of poems include "How to Undress a Cop," winner of the PEN Texas Literary Award, "Cold Blue Steel," Goodbye, Mexico: Poems of Remembrance," winner of the International Latino Book Award, "Against Sky's Warm Belly" and "Vanishing Points: Poems and Photographs of Texas Roadside Memorials." She is the author of "Walking Home: Growing Up Hispanic in Houston" and editor of "Our Lost Border: Essays on Life amid the Narco-Violence."

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Vanishing Points
Texas Review Press
December 2016
ISBN 9781680031010
160 pages
$22.95, INSTOCK
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Along Texas roadways rest thousands of contemplative shrines, usually marked by small, white metal crosses. More/less

Against Sky's Warm Belly
Texas Review Press
December 2016
ISBN 1680031090
200 pages
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The poems of Sarah Cortez flex lean muscles to build lyric intensity and a gripping edginess often backlit by an incandescent, controlled eroticism. More/less

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