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Gerard Cabrera

Gerard Cabrera’s fiction has appeared in the literary journals Acentos Review, JONATHAN, Kweli, Angel Rust, Apricity, and Digging Press. Other writing has appeared in Gay Community News and Gay City News. He has attended the Bread Loaf Writers Conference, The Writers Studio, and has been a Bread Loaf Camargo Foundation Fellow in Cassis, France. He most recently published “Proud Mary” with Digging Press in December 2022.
Gerard earned a degree in English and American Literature at Brandeis University, his Masters's Degree in Public Health from Hunter College, and his law degree from Northeastern University School of Law. He served on the board of Gay Community News, was a member of the theater troupe United Fruit Company, and competed in the 1994 Gay Games.
Over the years, Gerard has worked in non-profits, universities, and in government. Active in New York’s queer communities, he has practiced public interest law his entire legal career. Gerard is a Massarican from Springfield, Massachusetts, the birthplace of Dr. Seuss, basketball, and the first American dictionary. He lives and works in New York City.

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