Gabriel Ojeda-Sague

Gabriel Ojeda-Sague 

Gabriel Ojeda-Sague is a queer Latino Leo who grew up in Miami but now lives in Philadelphia. His first book Oil and Candle (Timeless Infinite Light, 2016) enacts imaginary and real rituals related to Latino syncretist magic in search of a response to American racism, war, and the deaths of Latino people in the United States. He is also the author of the chapbooks JOGS (2013), a re-writing of the popular 1977 guidebook The Joy of Gay Sex, Nite [Chickadee]'s (GaussPDF, 2015), a collection of Cher's tweets on systematic racism and violence, and Where Everything is in Halves (Be About It, 2015), poems against death written through The Legend of Zelda.


Selected Poems

"Dream #6: Isaac" at Cartridge

"Limpias" at Open House

"Poem for Eleguá" and "That Should Feel Really Good" at TAGVVERK

"My Vegetable Love" at TINGE 

"Any" at APIARY


Every Poem I Write Is About Ted Cruz at Literary Hub

Review of Black Lavender Milk, at Jacket2


Where Everything is in Halves via Be About It

Nite [Chickadee]'s via GaussPDF

JOGS via Lulu


Gabriel Ojeda-Sague on PennSound

Reviews of Oil and Candle

Review at Full Stop

Review at Entropy

Small Press Spotlight at Michigan Quarterly Review

“Poet Gabriel Ojeda-Sague Combats Racism in New Book” at Philly Mag

Review at Hyperallergic



with Caleb Beckwith, at The Conversant

with D Ashley, at APIARY

with Aidan Forster, at The Adroit Journal