Friday, September 18, 2009

Stealing Daylight by Nydia Rojas

"The poems in Stealing Daylight come from my daily observations of how everything in nature, and in our lives, is in constant repetition but at the same time our daily life is so unique. We struggle to keep a balance and most times, even if we think the contrary, we manage to achieve some sort of order. As seasons repeat and bring their own uniqueness to our daily life our sense of finding, and keeping, that balance changes to accommodate the new situations we find ourselves in."

~ Nydia Rojas


Nydia Rojas’ work has been published  in the Wisconsin Academy Review, International Poetry Review, Revista/ Review Interamericana, the anthology Between the Heart and the Land: Latina Poets in the Midwest and many other literary magazines. Most recently in Open Mic, Mad Poets Review, Palabra, Madison Magazine, Flutter Poetry Journal, and Poets and Writers (Self Portrait Issue). She is also a founder member of the Hibiscus Collective, a group of women writers dedicated to ensuring that multicultural voices are heard in oral and written traditions.

32 pages, 15 poems

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