Viktoria Valenzuela


Author's Bio

Viktoria Valenzuela is an inaugural Zoeglossia Fellow, a Macondista, the San Antonio Chapter lead for Women Who Submit, and the organizer of 100 Thousand Poets for Change: San Antonio. Her writing seeks to focus on lived experience as a Chicana m(other)scholar and antiracist activist. She is a writer and activist whose work appears in many anthologies, zines and journals. Valenzuela is married to the poet Vincent Cooper they have six children and live in San Antonio, Texas. 

Publications & Prizes

CONTRA: TEXAS POETS SPEAK OUT (FlowerSong Press, 2020)
Puro Chicanx Writers of the 21st Century (Cutthroat: A Journal of the Arts, 2020)
We Are Not Your Metaphor: A Disability Poetry Anthology (Squares & Rebels, 2019)
Mutha Magazine
Poetry Bay

More Information

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Adults, Disability, LGBTQ, Seniors, Women
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Born in: 
Frankfort, IN
Raised in: 
San Antonio, TX
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Last update: Jul 01, 2021