de (Spanish for “of” or “from”) is a body of photographic and literary work on the social implications of Mexican-American identity through the author's lens as his family grows into a second generation of citizens.
Writing and photographs by Victor Yañez-Lazcano.
A deeply personal collection about the state of being interconnected with another human being; the poems in this book, written in real-time, are portraits of a poet rising and falling in love.
Written by A-lan Holt.
Focused on the perception of and relationship to gentrification, Bye Bye Broadway is a book of poetic reflections on the author's personal experience of living in and coordinating an exhibition space in downtown Los Angeles.
Written by David Bell.
In a thoughtful and sincere reflection on the struggles of mental illness and the possibilities of yoga, Wind Through Quiet Tensions is a book about personal healing, uncertainty, and optimism.
Written and illustrated by Adam Grossi.
How to Make A Hood unfolds a wide canon of stereotypes that foster misconceptions as they relate to black bodies and their environments.
Essays compiled by La Keisha Leek.