A Writer’s Page

Born and raised in Madison, Wisconsin, Christina Socorro Yovovich has lived in Albuqerque, New Mexico since 1998. Her poetry has appeared in journals such as the Blue Mesa Review, River Styx, Mothers Always Write, and elsewhere. Her nonfiction has appeared in The Hunger, Cagibi, MUTHA Magazine, and elsewhere. She is currently working on a memoir about parenting with bipolar disorder.

Latest Blog Posts

Marking the Occasion

My husband and I celebrated our 20th wedding anniversary recently. In keeping with my recent tendencies, I marked the occasion with a special cross stitch, and by sewing a new top to wear out to dinner. The cross stitch isn’t done yet, probably won’t be for a couple more months. It is a little, orContinue reading “Marking the Occasion”

On Pride

Over the long weekend I made the Torrens Box Top from Muna & Broad. I’ve quickly become very fond of this small, independent pattern company. For one thing, they make patterns in my size, which I’ve found most pattern makers don’t, not even the ones who make plus-size patterns. For another, I love their style,Continue reading “On Pride”

Rabbit Holes

I have never thought of myself as a crafty person. Creative, yes, but not crafty. All the things I made were things involving words. Essays, poems, blog entries, letters, all of these were the things I created. I cooked and baked, but my interest in that waned a long time ago, and I mostly didContinue reading “Rabbit Holes”

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