MFA student of poetry, Tori Cardenas recently published several of her poems in multiple magazines. Her poetry explores folklore, science, and the collective unconscious, and has already appeared in Conceptions Southwest, Cloudthroat Journal, Lavender Review, and the Taos Journal of Poetry and Art.
Her most recent publications include:
‘The River‘ in Vice magazine, which is dedicated to original pieces on arts, culture, and news topics.
In a future where immigrants have been made outlaws, a man reluctantly escapes to the home he never knew in the dying Amazon.
In a world where vampires have been granted the same rights as humans, a teenage misfit and her vampire friend encounter bullying and racism in her hometown.
Cardenas’ poems, ‘Vespula’ and ‘Reading the Will’ will appear in Raspa magazine, a queer literary magazine that focuses on the Latino perspective.