Updated: July 23, 2016
TWO HAWKS QUARTERLY
Read Gabriela’s essay, Fledgling, in the June issue of Two Hawks Quarterly.
FLASH FICTION MAGAZINE
Read Gabriela’s flash fiction story, “Waiting in Line for the Train to Tomorrowland” in Flash Fiction Magazine.
SOUTHEAST REVIEW’S WRITER’S REGIMEN
At the end of every month-long Writer’s Regimen, participants are invited to submit up to three of their best regimen-inspired pieces for a chance at publication in SER Online. Gabriela’s piece, “Birthday Wishes,” was the winner this February!
UGLY ME PODCAST
In 2015, Gabriela was a resident artist in Jack Straw’s New Media Gallery. In this interview podcast with novelist Shawn Wong she discusses her installation, UGLY ME.
A NOVEL PERFORMANCE: THIRTY DAYS IN SEATTLE’S CENTRAL LIBRARY
What is it like to move your living room into a public library for a month – and write a novel while the public looks on? Read Gabriela’s essay in The Rumpus about her month as a writer in residence at Seattle’s Central Library where she turned National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) into a live performance.
SHIFTING GEARS & WHAT WE RETURN
Read Gabriela’s flash fiction piece, “What We Return,” published by Word Riot and her essay, “Shifting Gears,” recently published in Bird’s Thumb. Both works employ totemic touchstones as a means of examining familial relationships. Voice artist Xe Sands recorded a gorgeous reading of “What We Return” – listen here on Sound Cloud.
INTO THE LIGHT
Gabriela published “Into the Light” in Works (of Fiction) in Progress Journal. The story centers on two characters whose complex legacies come to clash, challenging the reader to consider whether we are at the mercy of our conditioning, or if it’s possible to shape a different fate for ourselves. The story is here as is a brief interview with Gabriela.
PAS DE DEUX
If you’d like to have your spine tingled, check out this volume by New Lit Salon Press, which contains Gabriela’s Pushcart Prize-nominated short story, “Pas de Deux.” Available in print and digital editions.
The anthology examines intersecting issues that affect the mental health of women, from physicality and sexuality to race, class and motherhood. And it’s got damned good illustrations.