Barbara Renaud Gonzalez

  • The Testing Machine

    “You faaaaaiiiiiled!” The principal with the belly ballooning from his crisp, blue shirt is a former coach and athlete. He’s circling dozens of middle […] Full Story

  • The Testing Machine

    San Antonio “You faaaaaiiiiiled!” The principal with the belly ballooning from his crisp, blue shirt is a former coach and athlete. He’s circling dozens […] Full Story

  • Close to the Bone

    San Antonio I live in a city of stories. Exploding, mystical, straining-at-the-leash, Lorca-esque rhapsodies made of green, ripening pomegranates and the worship of crepe […] Full Story

  • Afterword

    The Politics of La Memoria BY BARBARA RENAUD GONZALEZ tarch, corn tortillas, and a pencil. My first day of school. A mexicanita in a […] Full Story

  • Afterword

    The Esperanza Center for Peace and Justice is a place of hope for all those who’ve never worn a cowboy hat in their lives. […] Full Story