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.
(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 […]
The Scent of Descent by Renee Garcia-Brown. “They say you can smell fear. I guess I’ll find out soon. But I am not afraid…”
Home-Land: Poetry by Renee Garcia Brown. “There is a distant shore…”
Poetry from Renee Y. Brown
Bill Purkayatha: “We didn’t know,” said the Obamaist…
Poetry from A.B. Thomas which is self described as “normal”. So, you should be afraid.
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Poetry on Love and Life and Sisters from Renee Y. Brown
Poetry from A.B. Thomas