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Salinas, Luis Omar. "Late Evening Conversation with My Friend's Dog, Moses, After Watching Visconti's The Innocent.After Aztlan: Latino Poets of the Nineties. Edited by Ray GonzálezBoston: David R. Godine, 1992. (Read by Rosemary Catacalos.)

Catacalos, Rosemary. "Swallow Wings." Again For the First Time. Santa Fe: Tooth of Time Books, 1984.

"Restoration of the Cathedral." The Progressive (Madison), vol. 61, no. 8, August 1997, p. 35.

"From Bolivia After All This Time." Again For the First Time. Santa Fe: Tooth of Time Books, 1984.

"Listen, Querido, They're Playing Our Song or Summer Ritual with a Poet Friend." Again For the First Time. Santa Fe: Tooth of Time Books, 1984.

"Glassworks." The Women's Review of Books, vol. 12, no. 1, 1994, p. 22.

"Women Talk of Flowers at Dusk." Paper Dance: 55 Latino Poets. Edited by Victor Hernández Cruz, Leroy V. Quintana, and Virgil Suarez. New York: Persea Books, 1995, pp. 21-22.

"Insufficient Light." Floricanto Sí!: A Collection of Latina Poetry. Edited by Bryce Milligan, Mary Guerrero Milligan, and Angela De Hoyos. New York: Penguin Books, 1998, p. 60.

"Flowers and Umbrellas on a Texas Beach: Postcard from a Painter." Published version bears the title "Picture Postcard from a Painter." Entre Guadalupe y Malinche: Tejanas in Literature and Art. Edited by Inés Hernández-Ávila and Norma E. Cantú. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2016, pp. 406-407.

"Borderline: Brownsville/Matamoros." Southwest Review, vol. 80, no. 4, October 1995, p. 445.

"Pumpkins by the Sea." Begin Here. San Antonio: Wings Press, 2013.

"David Talamántez on the Last Day of Second Grade." Learning by Heart: Contemporary American Poetry About School. Edited by Maggie Anderson and David Hassler. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1999, pp. 166-168.

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