Amen fashion, horror, and the literati
Quintana is the Senior Beauty and Fashion Editor at Luna Luna Magazine and a pop culture contributor at Clash Media. Her novella, Cenote City is forthcoming from Clash Books in 2019. She blogs about Latinx Literature at her site, Blood Moon.
Dark Lord of the Rainbow
in Rag Queen Periodical
Santa Muerte and the Pocha Brigade
in Moonchild Magazine
The Boy Who Wouldn't
at Clash Media
My Honeycomb, My Tripe
In Breadcrumbs Magazine
Santa Muerte: The Altar Becomes My Injection Site
Stripes: Pinata Song
Chinampas (Spring Sick)
in Quail Bell Magazine
Flesh Puzzle: A Xicana Watches Slasher Films and Ponders Divination
"Have You Seen Her?" was playing in the background.
We were standing under warm yellow lights…
…our dogs came free and were traveling Europe…
…the jelly beans had grown into a million lollipops
…dark clouds swirled over the town, as if they were there only for us.
My son says he loves El Topo even more than Santa Sangre.
Were we really fighting over a cartoon man?
It was night.
We can’t always wait around for powerful male writers to give us the opportunity to share our work.
I’m also reminded of “the poison book” that you find smack in the middle of Dorian Grey. The decadence and the opium dens.