M. Miranda Maloney

M. Miranda Maloney is an author, educator, journalist, publisher, and literary activist. Her poetry, fiction, and non-fiction has been published in national and international literary journals. She is the author of The Lost Letter of Mileva / Las cartas perdidas de Mileva ( Yaugurú editorial, 2019 and Pandora Lobo Press, 2014). M. Miranda Maloney has a BA in Journalism and MFA in Bilingual Creative Writing from the University of Texas at El Paso. She currently lives in East Texas where she teaches English, writes, and edits. She is the poetry editor for Life in the Times, a forthcoming anthology, featuring writing and art from El Paso-Cd.Juárez border. She is the founder of Mouthfeel Press, one of the first bilingual, indie publishers in the U.S., currently on hiatus, but will be returning stronger than ever to continue the mission of publishing emerging and established bilingual and POC writers.

The Cold, Hard Truths About Texas

by | April 15, 2021

The blackout has left me with time to reflect on my Texas childhood. A daughter of immigrants, white-washed and shamed for my brownness and non-compliance to the Texas Way, this blackout has ignited an anger I've felt for most of my life. The failure of Texas goes beyond wifi. It is a failure of ethos.

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