The list Li Yun's Publications includes Li Yun's chapbook Words or Water along with anthologies that feature her work.
PRAISE for WORDS OR WATER:
Li Yun Alvarado's Words or Water is an affective map of the Nuyorican archipelago, as oceanic as it is embodied.
-- Urayoán Noel author of Buzzing Hemisphere/Rumor Hemisférico and In Visible Movement: Nuyorican Poetry from the Sixties to Slam
Li Yun Alvarado's poems carve a double-tongued space of longing and resistance, where we can pause to breathe. Read release and renewal in the soft, clear light of her words.
-- Evie Shockley, author of a half-red sea and the new black
In Words or Water, Li Yun Alvarado chooses both. This book is simultaneously a meditation and a riptide. External violences from bullets to cancer disrupt our inner worlds. Unconditional love brings us back to center where life regenerates into its full prowess in the nuances of a first and final breath. We are reminded that life is good even when it isn’t.
-- Magdalena Gómez, poet, playwright, educator; author of Shameless Woman
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Li Yun Alvarado$13.99 $12.87
Li Yun Alvarado's Words or Water is an affective map of the Nuyorican archipelago, as oceanic as it is embodied. -- Urayoán Noel author of In Visible Movement: Nuyorican Poetry from the Sixties to Slam
Jennifer de Leon$25.00
Essay: "After Yale"
Cura a. Literary Magazine of Art and Act$10.00 $9.20
Poem: "All I Want is a Lemon"
Angie Cruz and Adriana E. Ramirez$14.99 $13.79
Poem: "Poe Park"
Marie Gauthier and Jeffrey Levine$11.95 $10.99
Poem: "Mexi-Rican Love"
Naima Coster$24.95 $22.46
Poem excerpt included as epigraph: "Adiós"
Neelanjana Banerjee, Daniel A. Olivas, and Ruben J. Rodriguez$24.95 $22.46
Poem: "In Los Angeles,"
Li Yun Alvarado is the author of the poetry chapbook Words or Water. Her work has appeared in VIDA Review; The Acentos Review; and Aster(ix) among others. Through her writing, advocacy, and teaching, she strives to amplify Puerto Rican and other underrepresented voices while supporting aspiring and emerging writers -- especially women writers of color. She is an alumna of Acentos, VONA, and AROHO. Li Yun grew up in NY, lives in CA, and takes frequent trips to Salinas, PR to visit la familia.