A beautiful video created by Sadie Girl Press artist, Esmeralda Villalobos, highlighting her art opening at Viento Y Agua on April 17, 2015. Including readings by SGP authors Sarah Thursday and Raquel Reyes-Lopez and musical performances by King Kang, Freeze, and Bearcoon.
The Language You Broke Me In: A Sadie Girl Sampler is a 36 page collection of poetry by poets published or soon-to-be published by Sadie Girl Press. Available in a limited edition, hand-stitched binding version. Includes previous and upcoming poets, Nancy Lynée Woo, Sarah Thursday, Raquel Reyes-Lopez, Graham Smith, JL Martindale, Daniel McGinn, Kelsey Bryan-Zwick, and Terry Ann Wright. Illustrated by frequent Sadie Girl Press artist, Fernando Gallegos. Limited editions available through Sadie Girl Press Bookstore and MADE by Millworks in Long Beach.
Debut chapbook, Born to Electrify, by Raquel Reyes-Lopez. Cover art by Esmeralda Villalobos. 45 pages, perfect bound, available through Sadie Girl Press Bookstore and MADE by Millworks in Long Beach.View sample poems on CadenceCollective.net.
“Raquel Reyes-Lopez uses fragile imagery like eyelashes and hummingbirds to discuss issues of being a woman — love, motherhood, miscarriage. But these are not fragile poems, they are strong and brave words. Reyes-Lopez is a powerful new voice in SoCal poetry.” -G. Murray Thomas
Raquel Reyes-Lopez is a fresh twenty-something-year-old Gemini and co-host of Moon Pixel monthly reading series at Half Off Books. She is assistant editor of CadenceCollective.net and many Sadie Girl Press publications. She has had poems published with Rattle, Bank Heavy-Press, Cadence Collective, East Jasmine Review, River’s Voice, Kleft Jaw Press, Poetry in Motion, and San Gabriel Valley Poetry Quarterly. She also has work in Cadence Collective: Year One and Year Two, Gutters & Alleyways: Perspectives on Poverty and Struggle, and Like a Girl: Perspectives on Feminine Identity. Her debut chapbook, Born to Electrify, is published by Sadie Girl Press. Follow her on WordPress.