Reviews by Maria Guzman
Born in Topeka, Kansas, Maria Guzman is a big fan of stand-up comedy, Britpop, Hal Hartley movies, performance art, and documentary photography. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Art History from Ohio University, and is a Board Member at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts. She moved to California in 2008, and has worked for the ACLU of Northern California, and volunteered at The Lab. In 2010, she organized the Heartland Feminist Workshops in her hometown.
Her writing is featured in an anthology about identity politics, Imagining the Black Female Body: Reconciling Image in Print and Visual Culture, and she is a contributing writer for the Ms. Magazine blog and a Senior Editor/Writer for Gender Across Borders.
You can follow Maria on Twitter @HeartlandFmnist. For more examples of her writing, check out Meep Press.