Issue 1 | Autumn 2022

Read stories by Natalia Figueroa Barroso, Guido Melo, Lina Andrea Preciado Cano, Alejandro del Castillo, Alejandra Martinez, Suzanne Hermanoczki and more

Submissions now open

Submissions to Issue 2 close on 29 June 2022. Send us your best unpublished fiction, nonfiction and poetry. 

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Maria Elena Lorenzin talks with Puentes Review about writing and the Red de Escritoras de Microficción (Network of Women Microfiction Writers).
Award-winning writer Guido Melo is working on his memoir and keeping his feet on the ground. He tells us why he thinks each published piece could be his last.
Venezuelan-born designer, artist and cultural promoter, Eyal Chipkiewicz, talks with Puentes Review about A Voz Limpia and Casa Cultura, two projects that elevate and promote Latinx voices in Melbourne and beyond.
Claudia Rodriguez-Larrain is the co-founder of the Latin American Writers Association (LAWA), an online platform that empowers Latinx writers to explore their craft and find their voice.
Alejandro del Castillo is an award-winning Mexican author and editor living in Naarm (Melbourne). His editorial house, Revarena Ediciones, is now making strides in Australia, where it has published a bilingual anthology of short stories and poetry by emerging Latinx writers in Australia and emerging writers in Latin America.
Award-winning author Joy Castro talks with Puentes Review about writing, being Latinx and her new book Flight Risk.
Asiel Adan Sanchez is a non-binary poet based in Naarm (Melbourne). Born in Mexico, they write about identity, grief, race, gender and sexuality. Their first poetry collection is m/ /otherland.