Edgar Gomez

Edgar Gomez is an MFA candidate at the University of California, Riverside, with a focus in nonfiction. His writing has most recently appeared in The Florida Review, Thought Catalog, The Rumpus, and your boyfriend’s text message inbox. He is currently working on a collection of essays about being brown and queer. You can find him on Twitter, Tumblr, and Youtube @ edgarsucks.


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Tomboys Don’t Cry

Edgar Gomez talks to Ivan Coyote about their new book, "Tomboy Survival Guide."...

Tomboys Don’t Cry
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