Estela González holds an M.F.A. in creative writing and a Ph.D. in Latin American literature. Born and raised in Mexico, she writes in English and Spanish about the intersections between class, sexual, and environmental justice. Her work is featured in Ariadna, Solstice Selects, Barcelona Review, Cobalt, Cronopio, Flyway, The Fem, Kudzu House, the Revista de Literatura Mexicana Contemporánea, Salon, and the Vermont Public Radio Commentary Series. Her novel Limonaria and her new narrative project The Age of Aquarius tell stories about endangered species such as sea turtles, migrants, and LGBT people of color. She lives in Vermont with her wife and two children.
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