Martina Gallegos – Ninos Olvidados

Martina Gallegos: I came from Mexico as a teenager and lived in Altadena and Pasadena through high school. I then moved to Oxnard and attended community college. I transferred to California State University, Northridge and got my teaching credential. I taught for almost 18 years in Hueneme Elementary School District until a work injury followed by a stroke kept me home. I paused my Master’s but resumed after hospitalization. I graduated with my M.A. June 2015. Works have appeared in Altadena Review, Nation Poetry, Hometown Pasadena, and Allpoetry. POEM – NIÑOS OLVIDADOS

 


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