Katherine Serna

Katherine Serna is a Latina writer who is currently working toward her undergraduate degree at the University of Rochester. She majors in Creative Writing and Dance with a minor in Latin American Studies. She is originally from Laredo, Texas. This is Katherine’s first story publication, but she has been previously recognized by her university’s Writing and English departments with a first place award in the Multimodal category of the Undergraduate Writing Colloquium for her film Compañeras, and a second place award in the Fiction category of the Undergraduate Literary Competition for one of her short stories. Katherine plans to create a career in the intersection of art and social justice.

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A Eulogy For the Boy I Don’t Love

The most entertaining thing about Miguel is that when he was 13 he dislocated his shoulder playing basketball and can now pop it in and out of place. There is nothing particularly interesting about Miguel.