Episode 7 – Border Bound

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A long chat with Gabriel H. Sanchez, editor and publisher of The Raving Press out of Mission, Texas. Topics include: the border (of course), Reynosa back in the day, how a Latino becomes an artist, confining labels, the lies of official history, and English versus Spanish.

Be sure to pick up a copy of The Raving Press’s latest release, Poets Facing the Wall — with an introduction written by yours truly!

Hector is the editor of MANO. He's also the host of Latinish and Hits from the Brain. A Chicagoan living in Las Vegas, he's a former deputy editor of Latino Rebels, as well as a former managing editor of Gozamos, an art-activism site based in his home town. He has contributed to RedEye, a Tribune-owned daily geared toward millennials. His work has been mentioned by The New Yorker, TIME and other outlets, and his writing was featured in Ricanstruction, a comic book anthology whose proceeds went toward recovery efforts in Puerto Rico. Hector studied history (for some reason) at the University of Illinois-Chicago, where his focus was on ethnic relations in the United States.

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