Infrarrealista Review

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Mission Statement / Editorial Focus
Infrarrealista Review, a multilingual literary collective, journal, press, and educational organization seeks to create a thriving community of Latinx & marginalized artists, writers, and educators in Central Texas. Inspired by the avant-garde movement in 1970s Mexico City, Infrarrealista Review is dedicated to publishing marginalized voices. We elevate Tejanx artists who don’t have access to institutional literary spaces. We cultivate a local culture that connects local political issues with the arts and creates a sustainable cultural economy by paying our writers. We started this project on Nov. 2nd, 2019 on a car ride to Fort Worth for a family Día de los Muertos party. After being jaded by post-MFA life, we sought to create a literary space that motivates our communities to continue to write and share their work. Infrarrealista is for all those former emo kids who loved songs with titles so long that they scrolled across the screen like ticker tape. For the queer kids who were protected by Naruto-loving girls in middle school. For those who dropped out of their MFAs. It is for those whose parents dropped out of elementary school so they could help their family pay the bills. It’s for those who wrote poems on their Tumblr. It is for our ancestors.

Social Media Platforms Used
@infrarrealistas on Twitter, @infrarrealistareview on Instagram
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Primary Editor/Contact Person
Claudia Cardona
Contact Title
Co-Founder / Art Director
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Accepts Unsolicited Submissions
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Simultaneous Submissions Accepted
Reading Period
Year round
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Year Founded
Number Of Issues Per Year
Back Issues Available
Unsolicited Manuscripts Accepted
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