Jaula is a collection of poetry that charts identity in history and place. The poems pace around the borders of confinement, surveillance, and invisibility to both demand accountability for as well as celebrate the lives that are shaped by relation to space, time, and movement.
Born and raised in the Washington-Escobedo Neighborhood in Mesa, Arizona, Oscar Mancinas is a Rarámuri-Chicanx poet, prose writer, PhD candidate, and teacher. His debut collection of short fiction is forthcoming from Arte Público Press.
*Expected publication date: 07/2020