Javier Zamora

Poet & Educator

Adroit Journal: "Underneath an Upturned Boat"

Blackbird: "Since Last We Spoke"

Consequence Magazine: "I Don't Want to Speak of Don Chepe" (2014 contest winner)

FENCE: "Disappeared," "Uniform"

Four Way Review: "The Shatter of Birds" 

Granta: "Casette-Tape," and "First Sentence" (essay) 

Kenyon Review: "Aftermath," "Let Me Try Again," "To Abuelita Nelli"

Meridian: "Only the Streets Know" (2014 contest winner)

Narrative: "Nocturne," "Put This Book Down," "Then, It Was So," "Sonoran Song & Other Poems" (2017 Narrative Prize Winner) 

New England Review: "Exiliados"

Ninth Letter: "El Chillón," "Pump Water from the Well"

PEN America: "Don Chepe," "Kite Flying"

Ploughshares: "Dancing in Buses"

Poetry Magazine: "El Salvador," "How I Learned to Walk," "Looking at a Coyote," "The Pier of La Herradura," "Saguaros," "Nocturne,""Cutting Saguaros" (essay) 

The New Republic: "On a Dirt Road Outside Oaxaca" 

The New York Times: "Citizenship"

Tri-Quarterly: "Jumping Cholla Cactus," "Aubade"

Virginia Quarterly Review: "Alterations," "Doctor's Office First Week in this Country," "SF Bay & 'Mt. Tam'" 

Work also in print at: AGNI, American Poetry Review, Best New Poets 2013, Borderlands, Connotation Press, Crab Orchard Review, Day One, Gulf Coast, Huizache, Indiana Review, NACLA, Notre Dame Review, Poet Lore, Provincetown Arts Magazine, Spillway, Washington Square. Thank you!