Eloisa Perez-Lozano lives in Houston, Texas, and works as an events and publicity coordinator for the University of Houston. Lozano studied poetry with the now-retired Dr. John Gorman, former professor of literature and creative writing at University of Houston-Clear Lake, and also worked with her mentor and renowned Mexican poet Lucha Corpi for the past year and a half. She is a long-distance member of the Latino Writers Collective in Kansas City, and a member of the Gulf Coast Poets and The Poetry Society of Texas. Her poetry has been featured or is forthcoming in The Texas Observer, aaduna, Illya’s Honey, The Acentos Review, The Ofi Press, several poetry anthologies, and VONA’s Voices Against Racial Injustice: An Arts Forum, among others.
Read Lozano's nonfiction story "Border Crossing" here.