Audrey Harris
Contributor History

AUDREY HARRIS is the co-translator, with Matthew Gleeson, of Amparo Dávila’s The Houseguest and Other Stories (New Directions). Her essays and poetry have been published in The Paris Review Daily, Chasqui, Chirricú, Variaciones Borges, Transmotion, Los Angeles Review of Books, and elsewhere. She teaches in the César E. Chávez Department of Chicana/o and Central American Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles.



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Numina: The Enchantment Issue
Fall 2023
Bradford Morrow


November 29, 2023
The greens—myriad, viridescent: 
every one of them alive.
November 22, 2023
HE WENT DOWN THE STREET, his old street, on a whim, and then the whim birthed another and he turned [...]
by Han Ong
November 15, 2023
    Curious spirits, Eleanor says. I cannot discern that these spirits around you have a personal connection to you, by which I mean, I cannot discern the emotions common to relations and loved ones, like love or concern. These are spirits who you do not know. I don't know why they are gathered around you. Maybe they are just passing through and something about you has detained them for the hour, for the day.