Brenna Gomez is the recipient of a 2017 Hedgebrook residency. Her fiction has appeared in Prairie Schooner, StoryQuarterly,Year's Best Weird Fiction Volume 5, and The Dark Magazine. She interviewed Roxane Gay for Blue Mesa Review, and her interview with author Sharon Oard Warner can be found in The Rumpus. Brenna received her MFA from the University of New Mexico, where she was the Editor-in-Chief of Blue Mesa Review and the 2015 recipient of the Hispanic Writer Award for the UNM Summer Writers’ Conference in Santa Fe. Brenna is a reader for Electric Lit's Recommended Reading and read submissions for the 2017 Kore Press memoir contest. She currently teaches composition at UNM and hosts author events at Bookworks Albuquerque.
An Interview with Idris Goodwin
In this interview, Break Beat Poet Idris Goodwin and I discuss his book Can I Kick It?, hip hop, and Black Art.
How Would You Know?
Corzo was published in the Spring 2017 issue of Prairie Schooner
Published in 2015 at The Rumpus
An Interview with Roxane Gay
Published in 2014 at Blue Mesa Review
2016 / May
University of New Mexico
Brenna graduated with an MFA in Fiction.
2009 / May
Brenna earned a Bachelor of Arts in English: Creative Writing with a minor in Feminist and Gender Studies.