Cynthia Pelayo is a two-time Bram Stoker Award–nominated poet and author. She is the author of Loteria, Santa Muerte, The Missing, and Poems of My Night, all of which have been nominated for International Latino Book Awards. Her recent collection of poetry, Into the Forest and All the Way Through, explores true crime, that of the epidemic of missing and murdered women in the United States.
Payment Is Due: On Cynthia Pelayo’s “Children of Chicago”
Désirée Zamorano delves into the folk tale and horror running through Cynthia Pelayo’s “Children of Chicago.”...