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Luna Inmigrante by Virginia Bulacio

Luna Inmigrante by Virginia Bulacio

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Luna inmigrante es una colección de poemas bilingües escritos por Virginia Bulacio, una inmigrante argentina en búsqueda de oportunidades y un hogar en Estados Unidos. Esta colección te invita a reflexionar sobre temas de migración, sueños, supervivencia, DACA, traumas, miedos y el sentimiento inmigrante. Este libro es para los que quieren conocer y celebrar las historias auténticas de los inmigrantes.  

Luna Inmigrante (Immigrant Moon) is a bilingual poetry collection written by Virginia Bulacio, an Argentinian immigrant in search of opportunities and a home in the United States. This collection invites you to reflect on issues of migration, dreams, survival, DACA, traumas, fears and the immigrant journey. This book is for those who want to know and celebrate authentic immigrant stories. 

Virginia Bulacio is an Argentinean writer, educator, and storyteller. She was born in San Miguel de Tucumán in the north of Argentina and lived in Las Termas de Río Hondo (province of Santiago Del Estero). She immigrated to the United States during her high school years. 

Virginia holds a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and a Minor in Spanish Language Journalism from California State University, Northridge. Her stories have been featured in ImpreMedia, La Opinión, Univisión, and ¿Qué me cuentas?, a Latinx storytelling podcast.

During the pandemic, Virginia focused on her writing on poetry to document stories about the undocumented community in Los Angeles. Since then, Virginia has been performing her work at Alegría Media & Publishing, The Panamanian International Film Festival, LATINAFest, The Last Bookstore, Chevalier’s Books, and Sims Library of Poetry, to highlight immigrant voices and her personal experience growing up undocumented.

Her mission in teaching is to share her passion about culture, storytelling, and poetry. She is teaching subjects such as Spanish and Photography at a school in which the mission is to help the student emotionally, socially, and academically through positivity and mentoring. 

Virginia started a community project called Mágico, which organizes toy drives to bring toys and spread the joy to undocumented children around the holidays. 

Virginia lives in Los Angeles with her family, and you would probably find her at a coffee shop looking for a story…Go ahead and share your story to celebrate the culture and authenticity of our stories!

Instagram: @virginiabulacio

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