Adrian Ernesto Cepeda
“Carrying an Eighteen-Wheeler Refrain” is from the forthcoming critically acclaimed poetry collection Flashes & Verses… Becoming Attractions. Due out on May 22nd, 2018 from Unsolicited Press, critics are calling Ernesto Cepeda “one of the most original American Latino voices in modern poetry” and reviewers are already praising his first book as “More than just another poetry collection, Flashes, is a leap forward for the poetry genre.”
Adrian Ernesto Cepeda is the author of the forthcoming full-length poetry collection Flashbacks & Verses… Becoming Attractions from Unsolicited Press and the poetry chapbook So Many Flowers, So Little Time from Red Mare Press. His poetry has been featured in The Yellow Chair Review, Frontier Poetry, poeticdiversity, The Wild Word, The Fem, Rigorous, The Yellow Chair Review and Lunch Ticket’s Special Issue. One of his poems was named the winner of Subterranean Blue Poetry’s 2016 “The Children of Orpheus” Anthology Contest and two of his poems, “Buzz Me” and “Estranged Fruit,” were nominated for Best of the Net in 2015 and 2016. Adrian is an LA Poet and graduate of MFA program at Antioch University in Los Angeles where he lives with his wife and their cat Woody Gold.