Christina Rivera Cogswell
Writer. Mother. Pilgrim. Ecofeminist. Experiential Educator. Intersectional Environmentalist. Photographer. Daughter. Sibling. Salsa dancer. Divemaster. Activist. Between-the-life-cracks blogger. Sometimes a good wife. More often tired & grumpy. Dancing on her best days. Fierce, loyal, and loving girlfriend of girlfriends.
Christina’s essays are published at Orion Magazine, Catapult Magazine, HuffPost Personal, Bat City Review, River Teeth’s Beautiful Things, and Atticus Review. In 2019, she won the Pacifica Literary Review 2019 Creative Nonfiction Contest judged by Melissa Febos and held residency at Millay Arts. She credits the fragmentation of her writing to her two small children and is currently finishing a book of essays under the working title MY OCEANS: Ecofeminist Reflections on Motherhood in the Face of Climate Crisis (represented by Julie Stevenson of MMQLIT).