Photo by Gabby Jones

Angelo Hernandez-Sias is from Muskegon, Michigan. His stories, essays, and songs have appeared in The Adroit Journal, the Columbia Journal of Literary Criticism, Ratrock Magazine, and Teen Vogue’s “Youth Organizing Guide to the Midterm Elections.” He is a recipient of the Beinecke Scholarship, the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship, The Adroit Journal’s 2019 Prize for Prose, judged by Jamel Brinkley, and Quarto’s 2018 Best Fiction Prize, judged by Rebecca Curtis. He co-founded and co-hosts two radio shows at WKCR-FM: Radio Rompiente, featuring contemporary Latinx music, and Notes from Underground, featuring emerging and experimental hip hop. He lives in New York, where he studies English and creative writing at Columbia University.

Grant Pace and Mark Fleuridor have created the cover art for most of his songs, which he creates under the moniker Qixote.

Contact via email at a [dot] sias [at] columbia [dot] edu.