Erendira Ramirez-Ortega writes short stories, essays, poetry, reviews, and interviews. She is the co-founder of Burning Bush Press with her husband and three children in California. She is a Mount Hermon Writers Alumni and a NaNoWriMo Winner 2015. She holds a BA from UCLA and an MFA from Mills College. She is writing a novel.
Eréndira’s fiction appears in West Branch, The Puritan, Day One, The Cossack Review, The Black Warrior Review, Fourteen Hills, Other Voices, Santa Clara Review, and La Calaca Review. Forthcoming in West Branch.
Her essays are featured in The Washington Post, The Millions, Brain, Child Magazine, Fathom Magazine, Faithfully Magazine, iBelieve, Mothers Always Write, The Mudroom, The Tishman Review, Cordella Magazine, and Front Porch Commons: A Project of the [CLMP].
Her prose is anthologized in Short and Sweet: Small Words for Big Thoughts and forthcoming in great weather for MEDIA.
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