PALOMA SIERRA writes about displacement and alienation in the Latinx and Puerto Rican experience, and crafts stories aimed for the growing Hispanic population in the United States of America.
A writer with poetic and musical roots, Paloma has had her work developed by Poetic Theater Productions, Nuyorican Poets Cafe, and Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama; and has been published in Bridge: The Bluffton University Journal, Persephone's Daughters and Sampsonia Way. Also a filmmaker, Paloma has contributed to short independent films such as Fuck Birthdays (Lighting Design), Nice Girl (Art Direction, Set Decoration), (in)alienable (Production Design) and Teaching Yourself How to Die Fast (Art Direction, Set Decoration). Paloma holds a BHA in Creative Writing and Drama from Carnegie Mellon, and is currently pursuing an MFA in Dramatic Writing from the same institution.
Paloma is available to facilitate writing workshops; participate in panel discussions; and to receive writing and filmmaking commissions.
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