Claire Calderón is an Oakland-based writer and curator at work on her first novel. The recipient of fellowships from Hedgebrook, VONA, Tin House, and The San Francisco Writers Grotto, she holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Mills College. Claire is the co-producer of the New American Story Project, a digital storytelling project focused on Central American refugees who travel to the U.S. unaccompanied, and the manager of The Ruby, a collective and shared workspace for women-identified artists in San Francisco.
A Conversation with Stephanie Jimenez (Latinx Spaces)
Why food is the last holdout in assimilation (SF Chronicle)
Inheritance (Sparkle & Blink)
For Joane (The Acentos Review)