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Now in Color

Jacqueline Balderrama

Balderrama’s collection explores the multigenerational immigrant experience of Mexican-Americans who have escaped violence, faced pressures to assimilate, and now seek to reconnect to a fragmented past. Through the poetics of witness, ekphrasis, portraiture, and family mythos, Now in Color deepens our understanding of hybrid identities and calls attention to those impacted by tensions along the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Abby E. Murray

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Abby E. Murray completed her MFA at Pacific University and her Ph.D. in English at SUNY Binghamton. She’s taught creative writing at high school and university levels and currently teaches argumentative writing to U.S. Army War College fellows sent to the University of Washington. Abby is the editor of Collateral, a literary journal concerned with the impact of violent conflict and military service beyond the combat zone, and is the 2019-2021 poet laureate for the city of Tacoma, WA.

Author photograph by Jenny L. Miller