A Poetry Sancocho

By: Gabriela García Sánchez

Sancocho is a stew from Puerto Rico—there are variations of this stew throughout the Caribbean—that dates back to when the Spaniards originally brought African slaves to the island. Since that time, it has been passed down from generation to generation before landing on my table. The integrity of this recipe has been kept intact over all… More A Poetry Sancocho By: Gabriela García Sánchez

“The Scientific Process” By Zachary Bradley (2015)

Collins Literary Prize Winner, Poetry (2015) Ants can withstand 5,000 times their weight, a strength attracting the envy of man. But still, even the strongest backs can break. I glue heads to a centrifuge and wait for the force of spinning to make neck snap, “Ants can withstand 5,000 times their weight.” We’re making new… More “The Scientific Process” By Zachary Bradley (2015)