Esmeralda Villalobos

Authors and Artists, Esmeralda Villalobos

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Esmeralda Villalobos is an artist from Guadalajara, Mexico, currently living in Southern California. Her primary media are oils and acrylics, but she also enjoys working in watercolors, ink, and other mixed media. As far as her painting style is concerned, she feels that experimenting with different forms—surrealism, abstract expressionism, realism—is one of the greatest freedoms an artist has. She believes that working in different styles and media keeps her interested, engaged, and helps to expand her creativity. She is the cover artist of five books for Sadie Girl Press; Cadence Collective Anthology: Year One and Year Two, All the Tiny Anchors, Unanchored, and Born to Electrify, as well as contributing artist to CadenceCollective.net, Like a Girl: Perspectives on Feminine Identity and Then & Now:Conversations with Old Friends. Her artbook, Artwork by Esmeralda Villalobos, is available for purchase at the SGP bookstore. Follow her on Facebook.com/artworkbyesmeraldavg.
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Sarah Thursday

Authors and Artists

 

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Sarah Thursday is a music obsessed, Long Beach poetry and arts advocate. She runs a  website called CadenceCollective.net, co-hosts a monthly reading with G. Murray Thomas, and runs Sadie Girl Press as a way to help publish local and emerging poets and artists. Her newest chapbook/poetry CD, How to Unexist, full length collection, All the Tiny Anchors, along with her chapbooks, Unanchored and The Unnamed Algorithm are all available at the Sadie Girl Press Bookstore. She also is the editor of Cadence Collective: Year One and Year Two,  Then & Now: Conversations with Old Friends, and Incandescent Mind, as well as the co-editor of Gutters & Alleyways: Perspectives on Poverty and StruggleLike A Girl: The Pre-Show! and Like a Girl: Perspectives on Feminine Identity. Follow her at SarahThursday.com or on Facebook or Twitter.