Erasmo Guerra is the author of the Lambda Award-winning novel Between Dances and two collections of essays—Once More to the River: Family Snapshots of Growing Up, Getting Out, and Going Back, and Haven’t I Seen You Somewhere Before?: And Other Stupid Things I’ve Said in my Search for Love and Sex. His work has appeared in The James White Review, The New York Times, The New York Daily News, The Texas Observer and Texas Monthly. His stories have also appeared in numerous anthologies, including Hecho En Tejas, edited by Dagoberto Gilb, New Worlds: Young Latino Writers, edited by Ilan Stavans, and The Other Latin@: Writing Against a Singular Identity, edited by Blas Falconer and Lorraine M. López. Erasmo has received writing fellowships from the Vermont Studio Center, the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, and The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Currently, he’s the research editor at Cosmo for Latinas magazine and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. Guerra earned a BA in Creative Writing from New School University.