PALOMA SIERRA is a Puerto Rican writer, translator, educator, and curator. Her work combines music, lyricism, and translation; and centers the growing Hispanic population in the United States. Emerging Poet Laureate of Allegheny County 2020-2021, Paloma has presented her work with Theatre Now New York, Poetic Theater Productions, Nuyorican Poets Cafe, and Carnegie Mellon School of Drama. Her verse dramas, poetry, and translations are published in Bridge: The Bluffton University Journal, Persephone's Daughters, and Sampsonia Way. Paloma holds a BHA in Creative Writing and Drama from Carnegie Mellon and is an MFA Dramatic Writing candidate at the same institution.
Paloma is available for writing commissions and to facilitate writing workshops.
March - Stream "Close But Not Too Close!" with Project Y Theatre