Edgar Garcia’s poetry, translations and essays have appeared in a number of publications, including Damn the Caesars, Jacket2, MAKE, Mandorla and Sous les Pavés. Author of Mayan Texts: A Galactic Birth Canal (Burnt Water Press) and Boundary Loot (forthcoming, Punch Press), he is also an editor and writer for Hydra Magazine and co-curates the blog nagualli.blogspot.com. He is completing a PhD in American Literature at Yale University.
RAW food is good for your mind, Edgar Garcia explains why.
These are interesting times indeed. When something we collectively call time is interrupted by a situation...
In the final sequence of 'Wolfen' three detectives are caught crossing the stock exchange steps at Wall Street by a pack of wolves.
French cinema lies somewhere in between iconicity and iconoclasm. Charles Drazin's new book explores the history of its tradition and auteurs.
Edgar Garcia explores Nathaniel Mackey's call to reimagine the American borderzones.
From Metacom to the Maya, Revere to Aronofsky, etchings to CGI, the Indian is delivered with deformities.
Eschatology grips the world. Here are 11 of the most extreme predictions for what is to come.
As I sat down with the first issue of the Dory Reader, poems by Jen Bervin, it became apparent to me that a dory, although modest in size, still conveys something from a larger body. The point, in other words, is to fish.
Cumbia has a growing worldwide following. Hydra tracks the paths and projects of some of its devotees.
Lee Harvey Oswald looked in the bathroom mirror of his Moscow hotel room, sometime around 3 PM, October 21, 1951, and split himself in two.