Olga Garcia Echeverria
Reclaiming Witches and Monstrous Women, Sunday, May 7 at 12:30pm, Mt. View Mausoleum
She/Her/Ella. Olga García Echeverría, born of wind, water, and migrating dreams, is a creator and destroyer of language(s). She has been an educator in the literary arts for over 25 years and currently teaches in the Chicanx Latinx Studies Department at California State University Los Angeles. Her work can be found at numerous literary venues, such as The Sun Magazine, Latino Book Review, Imaniman, Joyland, and Cultural Daily. She is the author of a hybrid collection of poems and stories, Falling Angels: Cuentos y Poemas. olgagarciaecheverria.com.
Books That Make a Difference: Their Eyes Were Watching God, This Bridge Called My Back, Woman Warrior, The Autobiography of Malcolm X, For the Hard Ones: A Lesbian Phenomenology.