Jesus Francisco Sierra is a writer who immigrated from Cuba in 1969 to San Francisco’s Mission District. His work has appeared in Zyzzyva, Gulf Stream Literary Journal, The Bare Life Review, The Caribbean Writer, The Marathon Literary Review, The Acentos Review, and Lunch Ticket among others. His essays “How Baseball Saved My Life” and “Soul Music”, are anthologized in Endangered Species, Enduring Values: An Anthology of San Francisco Area Writers of Color. He is a member of The Writers Grotto and was also part of the team that founded the Rooted & Written program by and for writers of color at The Grotto. He holds an MFA from Antioch University Los Angeles and is also a licensed structural engineer.
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