Pocha Theory¬†is an assembling of fears, hopes, and memories that confront the brutal truths of mixed-status families in America. These poems break down and strip bare skewed perceptions of immigrants by unraveling the psyche at the intersection where cultures meld the profound experiences of their children. Anna Flores’ debut collection lucidly recalls the seen and unseen history of a volatile immigration landscape and peers beyond the barbed wire into the heart of a little girl who imagines a future where her family can be together.

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