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 economic exile in Texas. Obnoxiously militant Californian. Tweets way too…
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.
a structured connive
Poetry on Love and Life and Sisters from Renee Y. Brown
Poetry from A.B. Thomas