Vero González is a queer femme-inist writer and translator from San Juan, Puerto Rico. She has a MFA in Poetry from the Iowa Writer’s Workshop, where she was a Dean’s Graduate Fellow and a BFA from Pratt Institute, where she won the Thesis Prize in Fiction. She has received support from A Room of Her Own Foundation (Touching Lives Fellow, 2015) as well as Hedgebrook and the Rona Jaffe Foundation (Hedgebrook/Rona Jaffe Inaugural Fellow, 2018). She lives in Boston, where she is working on a hybrid book about intergenerational trauma, colonialism, and healing. Vero is GrubStreet’s Neighborhood Fellow for Egleston Square.
For three decades, we’ve been proudly produced by the graduate students in the Writing, Literature, and Publishing Department at Emerson College. We began as Beacon Street Review when our magazine launched in 1986 in a nod to our address. With a new headquarters in 2002 we relaunched as Redivider. Seizing upon the intersection between the creative writing and publishing programs housed at Emerson College—situated within the writing and publishing hub of Boston—Redivider has established itself as a coveted venue for writers and artists nationwide.
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