Gerard Cabrera’s fiction has appeared in Acentos Review, JONATHAN, Kweli, and Apricity; poetry in the chapbooks Indefeasible Coinage and The Knock-Off Artist; and other writing in Gay Community News and Gay City News. He has attended Bread Loaf Writers Conference, The Writers Studio, and has been a Bread Loaf Camargo Foundation Fellow in Cassis, France, where he finished the manuscript for his soon-to-be-released novel, Homo Novus, the story of a Catholic priest and the boy he seduces and ruins, forthcoming from Rattling Good Yarns Press. Gerard earned a degree in English and American Literature at Brandeis University, a Master’s Degree in Public Health from Hunter College, and a law degree from Northeastern University School of Law. He has worked in non-profits, universities, and has represented indigent people in housing, civil, and probate courts. Gerard is from Springfield, Massachusetts, and lives and works in New York City.