In this podcast Cynthia Pelayo talks about Chicago, people who feel like they don’t belong, writing about villains, and much more.
About Cynthia Pelayo
Cynthia “Cina” Pelayo is a two-time Bram Stoker Awards nominated poet and author. She is the author of books such as Loteria, Santa Muerte, The Missing, Poems of My Night, and Children of Chicago.
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