Aliera Dulcinea Zeledon-Morasch is a Nicaraguan writer who was born and raised in Portland. Her work as an educator inspires her to honor her community through writing. Her creative non-fiction, prose poetry, and audio work explore family, ancestry, the forgotten, and the limits of language. She strives to use storytelling to understand movement and memory. Aliera completed an MFA in Writing at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY and you can find her work in Oregon Humanities and The Felt print literary journal.
Events, Classes, and Seminars
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