After Bobby Jindal Posed as White in his Portrait
by Steven Sanchez

Standing before this stranger, I become the silhouette of a fair-faced man who doesn’t exist; I am a dark spot in the middle of the sun whose brightness surrounds and haunts me wherever I go, even inside my own home where my eyes adjust to light’s absence by summoning black floaters to hover between me … Continue reading After Bobby Jindal Posed as White in his Portrait
by Steven Sanchez

Steven Sanchez

Steven Sanchez is a Lambda Literary Fellow, a CantoMundo Fellow, and holds an MFA in Creative Writing from California State University, Fresno.  His poems have previously appeared or are forthcoming in Crab Creek Review, Word Riot, Nimrod, and Tahoma Literary Review, among others. He currently teaches at Fresno City College.