an experimental theatre piece responding to the Grenfell Tower Fire in London that interrogates the connection between nationalism and the aesthetics of urban renewal
a series of readings/presentations, workshops, and activism events centered around intersectional feminist tactics
ROSA BOSHIER GONZÁLEZ (she/her) is a writer living in Houston, TX. Her short fiction, essays, art criticism, and creative nonfiction have appeared in or are forthcoming in Catapult, Joyland Magazine, Guernica, Literary Hub, Ploughshares, The Offing, The Acentos Review, The Rumpus, Hyperallergic, Artforum, The New York Times, Vice, Los Angeles Review of Books, The Guardian, and The Washington Post, among others. She received her MFA from The California Institute of the Arts and is an alumna of the 2019 Tin House Summer Workshop and the 2022 Kenyon Review Writers Workshop. She has taught writing, Latinx cultural studies, and art history at The California Institute of the Arts, Otis College of Art and Design, and Pacific Northwest College of Art. She is at work on two novels and an experimental biography. She is earning her PhD in Creative Writing & Literature at University of Houston. She received her MFA from The California Institute of the Arts.