Voces Zine is a collection of poetry by artists and writers edited by Noemi Martinez


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Voces zine edited by Noemi Martinez

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A collection of poetry, articles, essays and thoughts by artists from different communities—indigenous, people of color, trans, and queer—sharing their experiences as survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Published summer of 2010. 15 years ago.
Trigger warnings.
Voices Against Violence is a zine-diy style, with work from people of color, indigenous folks, trans people & queer survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence and sexual assault. Included topics can be: healing from trauma, transformative words used as a healing mechanism, enabling healing, life after trauma, self-help guides/resources, self-healing, dancing as means to healing, healing through narration, forgiveness (do we need it?), & collective trauma.

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Noemi Martinez is a queer crip femme poet-curanderx, mixed media artist and writer with magical roots from Mexico and Puerto Rico. A single mami of 2, she lives in a multi-crip fam in deep South Texas. Noemi has been creating, publishing, teaching and talking about zines for the last twenty years.