SG Huerta is a Chicana poet from Dallas. They are pursuing their MFA at Texas State University and currently live in Texas with their cat Lorca. SG is the author of the chapbook The Things We Bring with Us: Travel Poems (Headmistress Press, 2021). They are an assistant prose poetry editor for Pithead Chapel and a reader for Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review. Find them at sghuertawriting.com or on Twitter @sg_poetry
Content by SG Huerta
Chicanismo and Longing: Claudia Delfina Cardona’s What Remains
BY SG Huerta
In “What It’s Like (Being a Brown Girl),” Cardona writes about “words too hard to pull from your throat,” yet she pulls the words out over and over again in this astounding collection of poems. Active in uplifting voices of the Latinx community, Cardona paves the way for Latinx writers with What Remains.