A Kind of Blue – Joe Galván

I can’t wait to see you again.   He texts this to me as I arise, my bleary eyes closing against the distant blue of dawn, and there, all alone, I tell him that I miss him. The blue is a pastel blue. A sad blue. A blue that is more of a paradox than… Continue reading A Kind of Blue – Joe Galván

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Joe Galván – In the Spring of 1999 I was a Guest of The Sally Jessy Raphaël Show on Problem Teens

My gang name was Wacky J. The W Millennium still existed then. We were all forced to sleep on the same floor And while my poor mother negotiated with me to eat pizza with my little brother Two girls threw mustard on one another outside, called each other bitches And hit a security guard. Between… Continue reading Joe Galván – In the Spring of 1999 I was a Guest of The Sally Jessy Raphaël Show on Problem Teens

Joe Galván – Saints

  JOE GALVÁN was born in 1984 and grew up in South Texas. He has been writing since he was a child. He graduated from Texas Tech University in 2006 and contemplated becoming a lawyer before settling on cultural anthropology, with forays into ethnomusicology and etiquette studies. He has been publishing zines for nearly 20… Continue reading Joe Galván – Saints

Joe Galván, 1001 Interviews No. 18

JOE GALVÁN was born in 1984 and grew up in South Texas. He has been writing since he was a child. He graduated from Texas Tech University in 2006 and contemplated becoming a lawyer before settling on cultural anthropology, with forays into ethnomusicology and etiquette studies. He has been publishing zines for nearly 20 years.… Continue reading Joe Galván, 1001 Interviews No. 18