Based in Los Angeles, journalist and poet Abel Salas has written for The Austin Chronicle, Los Angeles Times Magazine, Los Angeles Magazine, LA Weekly and The New York Times, among many others. His poems have appeared in Americas Quarterly, Zyzzyva, Beltway Quarterly, Cuthroat: A Journal of the Arts, Cipactli and Huizache (described by Hector Tobar in the L.A. Times as "The Paris Review" of Latino Lit in the U.S.) as well as the anthologies Poetry of Resistance: Voices for Social Change (University of Arizona Press, 2016), The Coiled Serpent: Poets Arising From the Cultural Quakes and Shifts of Los Angeles (Tia Chucha Press, 2016). He is the editor and publisher of Brooklyn & Boyle, an East Side community arts and culture monthly.
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