Another Chicago Magazine has posted two flash stories by Gabriela d’Arbel: https://anotherchicagomagazine.net/2020/01/23/exchange-of-glances-by-gabriela-darbel-translated-by-toshiya-kamei/
Estrella del Valle has a new poem in the current issue of amberflora: https://www.amberflora.com/issues/issue-9/estrella-del-valle-toshiya-kamei-the-gods-room/
Guatemalan poet Carmen Lucía Alvarado has a poem called “A Scream Pierces the Night” in the current issue of Star*Line: https://www.sfpoetry.com/sl/issues/starline42.4.html
Aitana Alberti has a new poem called “Family Chronicle” in the current issue of Turnpike Magazine: https://turnpikemagazine.com/2019/11/24/issue-no-8-nov-2019/
Here’s Aitana reading her poetry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CmZx46oPLl4
Here’s the list of contributors to Cherry Tree 6:
The latest issue of Abyss & Apex features Carmen Lucia Alvarado’s poem: https://www.abyssapexzine.com/2019/09/el-poeta-astronauta-levita/
Her poems have recently appeared in Samovar and Star*Line.
Charles Payseur reviews Carmen Lucía Alvarado’s poem “Astronaut Poets” at Quick Sip Reviews: https://quicksipreviews.blogspot.com/2019/09/quick-sips-samovar-09022019-strange.html
This is a lovely piece about poetry, and about poets, and about space. It claims that all poets begin wanting to be astronauts, connected to the vastness of space, the tantalizing promise of the darkened sky.
Otro poema de Aitana: https://eunoiareview.wordpress.com/2019/09/13/colera-rage/
Sus poemas han aparecido en Common Ground Review, Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review y Mojo.