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Marcos Gonsalez
Marcos Gonsalez is a queer Mexican Puerto Rican essayist, critic, and assistant professor of literature living in New York City. His debut book of autotheory, Pedro’s Theory, was published in 2021, and has been reviewed by The New York Times and Kirkus, and nominated for a Brooklyn Public Library Literary Prize. Gonsalez’s essays can be found or are forthcoming at The New Inquiry, Public Books, Literary Hub, Los Angeles Review of Books, Ploughshares, Catapult, and elsewhere. Gonsalez is currently researching and working on a full-length book study on the writings and cultural impact of queer Latinx theorist and performance studies scholar, José Esteban Muñoz.

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The Obelisk of Loisaida

Essay

November 2021

Marcos Gonsalez

Essay

November 2021

The Luxor Obelisks stood in Ancient Egypt for thousands of years. A symmetrical pair, they were designed to mirror each other, twin columns of...

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poetry

September 2012

Crossing Over

Eleanor Rees

poetry

September 2012

As he sails the coracle of willow and skins his bird eyes mirror the moon behind cloud. Spring tide...

feature

April 2017

Symbols Made Me Hardcore

Joe Bucciero

feature

April 2017

‘A Sound System, like the property of any system, is the interaction of the sum of its parts.’ —...

poetry

November 2014

Lay and Other Poems

Pere Gimferrer

TR. Adrian Nathan West

poetry

November 2014

Ode to Venice Before the Sea of Theaters (from Arde el mar, 1966)   The false cups, the poison,...

 

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