Reyes GarcÃa received a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1988. For the past fifteen years, he has taught a wide variety of courses in philosophy, religion, environmental studies, southwest studies, and writing at Colorado College (in Colorado Springs) and at Fort Lewis College (in Durango, Colorado). He has published literary as well as scholarly pieces in the journals Artspace, The Denver Quarterly, and Pequod, and in a collection of poetry, Dog Music. His long essay entitled, Notes on (Home)land Ethics, has been included in the anthology, "Chicano Culture, Ecology, Politics: Subversive Kin" (University of Arizona Press, 1998), edited by Devon PeÃ±a. He is at present working on a book, "A Philosopher in AztlÃ¡n."
- Meditation on Two Salamanders (Vol. 7 Pg. 10)