Guerrero, Lucrecia

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Lucrecia Guerrero’s short stories have appeared in literary  journals such as The Antioch Review and The Louisville ReviewCHASING  SHADOWS, her collection of linked short stories was published by Chronicle Books in 2000.  TREE of SIGHS, 2011, was published by Bilingual Press.  She is the recipient of awards from the Christopher Isherwood Foundation, Montgomery County Cultural Awards and residencies from Hedgebrook for Women, New York Mills, and Fundacion Valparaiso. Guerrero holds an MFA from Spalding University and enjoys facilitating writers’ workshops. She grew up in Nogales, Arizona on the U.S.-Mexico border but has lived in the Midwest for years.



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