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The Beat: Juan R. Palomo Knox Pods

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Juan R. Palomo is the author of Al Norte (Alabrava Press 2021). Born in Grafton, North Dakota to migrant-worker parents, Palomo grew up in South Texas and several midwestern states. He received a bachelor’s degree in art education from Texas State University and a master’s in journalism and public affairs from American University. He was a reporter, columnist, and editorial writer for The Houston Post; he covered religion for the Austin American-Statesman; and he wrote a column for USA TODAY. His poems have appeared in The Acentos Review, The Sonora Review, The Account, and others.
Links:
Read "The Day They Do Not Show Up" and "Life & Death in Marathon, Texas"
juanzqui: Views and Ramblings by Juan Ramon Palomo
“Al Norte by Juan R. Palomo is an Homage to a Family Drifting in Colors” by Anthony Isaac Bradley in Infarrealista Review
“Speed Queen, North Dakota 1983” and “Noise” at Acentos Review  
“A Shy One” and “His Future” at The Account
Mentioned in this episode:
KnoxCountyLibrary.org
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Juan R. Palomo is the author of Al Norte (Alabrava Press 2021). Born in Grafton, North Dakota to migrant-worker parents, Palomo grew up in South Texas and several midwestern states. He received a bachelor’s degree in art education from Texas State University and a master’s in journalism and public affairs from American University. He was a reporter, columnist, and editorial writer for The Houston Post; he covered religion for the Austin American-Statesman; and he wrote a column for USA TODAY. His poems have appeared in The Acentos Review, The Sonora Review, The Account, and others.
Links:
Read "The Day They Do Not Show Up" and "Life & Death in Marathon, Texas"
juanzqui: Views and Ramblings by Juan Ramon Palomo
“Al Norte by Juan R. Palomo is an Homage to a Family Drifting in Colors” by Anthony Isaac Bradley in Infarrealista Review
“Speed Queen, North Dakota 1983” and “Noise” at Acentos Review  
“A Shy One” and “His Future” at The Account
Mentioned in this episode:
KnoxCountyLibrary.org
Thank you for listening and sharing this podcast. Explore life-changing resources and events, sign up for newsletters, follow us on social media, and more through our website, www.knoxcountylibrary.org.
Rate & review on Podchaser

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