Discounted New Release

flesh to bone
by ire’ne lara silva

The stories of flesh to bone “stand on their own as testaments to a profound loneliness of historic persecution, abandonment, and intimate loss. As such, they aren’t stories, but longings, very old and contemporary in a tricultural wordplay, psalm-like, a Song of Songs of grief.”—Barbara Renaud Gonzales

Discounted New Release

Choctalking on Other Realities by LeAnne Howe

The collected stories/essays in LeAnne Howe’s Choctalking on Other Realities depict, with wry humor, the contradictions and absurdities that transpire in a life lived crossing cultures and borders.

Website Exclusive: The Borderlands Mug now available in black!

Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza. Celebrate this foundational text with each sip from our limited edition Borderlands mug.

Now sold exclusively in black.

News and Notes

[Deadline Nov. 5] Aunt Lute accepting internship applications for fall

October 22, 2015 • Interns are an integral part of our diverse collective of women. Luters—our affectionate moniker for members of our community—support the Operations, Production, and Marketing departments. We look for interns who have an interest in multicultural women’s literature, have excellent written and oral communication skills, and are flexible, motivated, and able to work independently. We are currently seeking two interns, one in operations and the other in production and marketing. Read more »

Joy Harjo receives Wallace Stevens Award

September 10, 2015 • Poet Joy Harjo was presented with the Wallace Stevens Award, a $100,000 prize given annually to recognize outstanding and proven mastery in the art of poetry. Congratulations, Joy! Read more »

Aunt Lute Books Presents: Our Indigenous Flesh

Thursday September 24th, 7 pm, Galería de la Raza, San Francisco

Join LeAnne Howe (Choctaw, author of Choctalking on Other Realities) and ire’ne lara silva (Xicana, author of flesh to bone) as they read from their most recent titles and engage in a far-ranging discussion about the role of indigenous literatures: in naming, healing, and remembering personal and communal histories; indigenous queerness; and the mystique of women of color writers. Read more »

El Mundo Zurdo 4

July 2, 2015 • El Mundo Zurdo 4 is now available, featuring selected essays and creative works from the 2013 meeting of The Society for the Study of Gloria Anzaldúa.

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QWOCMAP 11th Annual Film Festival starts tomorrow

June 11, 2015 • QWOCMAP’s 11th annual film festival starts tomorrow. Make sure to check out these amazing films by and about queer and trans people of color.

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Thank you!

May 27, 2015 • Thank you for your support on Give OUT Day!

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