Poems by Mario Duarte / Poemas de Mario Duarte

About Mario Duarte About Mario Duarte Mario Duarte is a Mexican American writer. His family immigrated from León, Guanajuato, and Michoacán, Mexico, during the time of the Mexican Revolution.  They settled in Iowa and Illinois, initially drawn to work on the railroads. Duarte was born and raised in Western Illinois. He earned a BA inContinue reading “Poems by Mario Duarte / Poemas de Mario Duarte”

Poems by Judyth Hill / Poemas de Judyth Hill

About Judyth Hill I am thrilled to introduce Judyth Hill as the featured poet of our second Bilingual/Borderless blog. Because of today’s perilous times, Judyth’s superb poem, “Wage Peace”, is particularly appreciated. “Wage Peace” has been translated into other languages, set to music, sung by national chorus’s, played by professional orchestras, woven into quilts, painted,Continue reading “Poems by Judyth Hill / Poemas de Judyth Hill”

A Warm Welcome /Una Cálida Bienvenida

Welcome to our blog! We are extremely excited to share this space with you and hopefully from now on you can make this space yours too by sharing it and enjoying it. Our first publication will feature Leon, Guanajuato, poet Marjha Paulino, whose remarkable writing from her new work, Cuenca, speaks to her exile fromContinue reading “A Warm Welcome /Una Cálida Bienvenida”