My mother took the greatest care of her porcelain Virgin Mary. She was two feet tall, dressed in white from head to toe, and as my mother claimed, cried when no...
Michele writes deeply rooted and personal stories that speak to the political and universal experience of the Other-- those individuals and communities who must bear the transiency of belonging and the constancy of longing. Her writing can be found in Maganda Magazine, Our Own Voices, Field of Mirrors: An Anthology of Philippine American Writers (2007) and other venues. She is a Filipino American writer living in Southern California with her husband Chris and her dog Digby Jones. You can visit her personal website at www.michele-gutierrez.com.
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