WRITER & EDITOR
THE COMBAHEE RIVER COLLECTIVE STATEMENT (1977)
Gabrielle (they/them) currently resides on Tongva, Kizh, and Chumash land, also known as Los Angeles. While developing their career as a writer and editor over the past five years, they have learned that they are a natural systems-thinker. They find energy at the intersection of art, media, and strategy. Their professional experiences range from entrepreneurship to narrative and user design, art, and education.
They are a 200-hour registered yoga teacher and an aspiring music connoisseur. Themes in their work include healing and wellness, food, land, spirituality in nature, and Black feminism. They are also passionate about anthropological and qualitative approaches to narrative.
They have an MFA in Creative Writing. Their poetry has been nominated for Best of the Net and Best New Poets. Previously, They were a graduate fellow with The Oxford American Magazine, Editor in Chief of Linden Avenue Literary Journal, and Managing Editor at The Tenth Magazine, an independent Black queer media organization. They are currently the Managing Editor for TransLash News and Narrative, a trans storytelling platform.