Claudia Hernández

Claudia D. Hernández was born and raised in Guatemala. She is a mother, photographer, poet, translator, and a bilingual educator residing in Los Angeles. She writes short stories, children’s stories, and poetry in Spanish, English, and sometimes weaves in Poqomchi’, an indigenous language of her Mayan heritage. Hernández holds a MFA in Creative Writing for Young People, with an emphasis in poetry from Antioch University Los Angeles. Hernández is the recipient of the Louis Meriwether first Book Prize-2018. Her memoir, KNITTING THE FOG, was published by the Feminist Press in 2019. She’s also the editor of WOMEN, MUJERES, IXOQ: REVOLUTIONARY VISIONS. She is the founder of the ongoing project: Today’s Revolutionary Women of Color. To learn more about this project visit: www.todaysrevolutionarywomenofcolor

Books by Claudia Hernández
Knitting the Fog