Gris Muñoz

Gris Muñoz is a frontera poet and storyteller. She is the author of the bilingual poetry and short-story collection, Coatlicue Girl, most recently named a finalist for the John A. Robertson Award for Best First Book of Poetry by the Texas Institute of Letters. Her work has been published by The Rumpus, Bitch Media, Tasteful Rude, and The Smithsonian Latino Center, among others. She is also the co-founder of the digital map and storytelling project, GeoTestimonios Transfronterizxs, which aims to record the experiences of women living on the El Paso/Juarez border. She is Xicana of Apache descent.

Gris Muñoz

Contributions

Maestra Cuauhtli Cihuatl: A Plática and Medicine Story, Part 1
Issue 06: Centering

Maestra Cuauhtli Cihuatl: A Plática and Medicine Story, Part 1

An introduction by Gris Muñoz, November 2021. Part 1 of 3.

Gris Muñoz
Maestra Cuauhtli Cihuatl: A Plática and Medicine Story, Part 2
Issue 06: Centering

Maestra Cuauhtli Cihuatl: A Plática and Medicine Story, Part 2

An interview between Cuauhtli Cihuatl and Gris Muñoz, recorded on July 31, 2021. Part 2 of 3.

Cuauhtli Cihuatl and Gris Muñoz
Maestra Cuauhtli Cihuatl: A Plática and Medicine Story, Part 3
Issue 06: Centering

Maestra Cuauhtli Cihuatl: A Plática and Medicine Story, Part 3

A continuation of the interview between Cuauhtli Cihuatl and Gris Muñoz, recorded on July 31, 2021. Part 3 of 3.

Cuauhtli Cihuatl and Gris Muñoz

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Issue 06: Centering

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