TIH 412: Cynthia Pelayo on Chicago, Writing About Villains, and Feeling Like You Don’t Belong

TIH 412 Cynthia Pelayo on Chicago, Writing About Villains, and Feeling Like You Don’t Belong

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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