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Runaway

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My Story

I am an inter-sectional feminist, environmentalist, and proud latinx. I hold a BA in Creative Writing and Literature and pursuing an MA in English. I reside in California where I write some fiction and mainly poetry. I love my cats and getting tattoos. ​

 

I am invested in talking and writing about abortion, mental illness and health, immigration, education, domestic violence, addiction, healing, sexuality, identity, race, community, gender, culture, media, and all its effects on the self.

 

My first self-published poetry book, Gritty, begins the journey of everything I've had to come to terms with and how to deal with my traumas, never before speaking out about it in such a  way. My second self-published book, Moth Baby, continues that journey in a new light even when it seemed there was no escape. The third book is an anthology published by Alegria where they allow over 45 Latinx writers to make their voices loud and clear. My newest works are a chapbook, Say My Name, published by Flower Press where they are committed to showcasing and uplifting marginalized voices and supporting the community in every way possible, and Runaway, a YA short novel. 

My podcast, Getting Gritty with Andrea, is available on seven platforms, including Apple Podcasts and Spotify. It features guests who have experience in a variety of subjects and/or as interested in learning and expanding their perspective as I am.

My Books & Literary Magazine Features

Say My Name

 

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Runaway

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Voices

 

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Northridge Review

 

2017 Issue

Moth Baby

 

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LatinX Poetry Project

 

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BE ABOUT IT

 

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Heart of Poets Foundation

 

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Gritty

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The Chachalaca Review

 

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The Tiger Moth Review

 

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Another Chicago Magazine

 

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Book Reviews

An Important and Timely Collection:

Ramos tackles emotional and global issues with a deft ferocity and unwavering gaze. The piercing language is both immediately grounding and intimately familiar. Ramos blends different worlds, crossing and re-crossing borders until their barriers are stark and haunting, with the nuanced ease of one who lives between them.

Jennifer Baros

 
 
 

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