Renee Garcia-Brown is of Irish and Latino heritage (granddaughter of Bridget Elizabeth Dallat-Brown and daughter of Dolores Garcia-Brown), born and raised in Los Angeles and made it through 4 years of the army without losing her life, her mind or her identity.
Scheisse by Steve Biersdorf As much as they had anticipated this moment, thrilled to it by grand expectation, they daren’t approach him, as if he were a white stag or other skittish mythical beast ready to dash away at the hint of intrusion. Or if they […]
I was dead when they found me. They weren’t entirely sure how long I had been dead for, but it was a good few minutes.
by Renee Garcia-Brown For all who resist Someone once told me that compassion is greater than courage As if the two were separate Like you can have one without the other As if courage is purely brain-bound while compassion is heart-felt and Courage was […]
by Renee Garcia-Brown For all those too stubborn and pissed off to quit. Softly, I must end this year As bloody, broken as I am picking up butchered slabs of my own flesh Hoping I can fit it all back together Enough to […]
by Renee Garcia-Brown For my cousin Bruce Morgan, 1957-2017 I dreamed I saw the ocean again And remembering the dream now, I’m crying. On my birthday I dreamed I was home, homeland, ocean the birthplace of life Homeland the birthplace of me 3 […]
Like witches, they cast their spells over first one then two, then maybe three or four. Then, before you know it, entire villages are damned by the wickedness of their sorcery.
(C) 2017 by Renee Garcia Brown Renee Garcia-Brown is an army veteran, former print journalist and published author of fiction and poetry. Been resisting all her life. Born and raised in Los Angeles now living in temporary […]
Gun Fuck by Renee Garcia-Brown Republicans want to control who you can marry, when and if you reproduce & what public bathrooms you can use But won’t even discuss gun legislation after a mass shooting. They care more about who you fuck & what […]