Nadine Rodriguez is a queer, non-binary Cuban-American writer and photographer born and raised in Miami, Florida and presently based in Marquette, Michigan. Currently, they are a MFA candidate for Fiction and a Graduate Assistant at Northern Michigan University, and intern for Sinister Wisdom, a multicultural lesbian literary and art journal.
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Exhibited & Published Work:
The New Gothic Review - Issue 2 Fall 2020
Short story, Plumage, published.
F*EMS - Issue 17 Fall 2020
Photographs from series letras a un amor featured in print publication of visual and written art by women and non-binary individuals.
The Dollhouse Magazine - Issue 3
Feature on queer photographic body of work, The Horror of Our love.
Lesley Magazine - Summer/Fall 2019
Excerpt from short story, Coming to Be, published in magazine for LGBQIA+ womxn, trans, GNC people, and allies.
Selected artist for QINFOLK Festival - Summer 2019
Zine, "The Anatomies of Our Mother's Children," chosen for distribution at QINFOLK, a film, arts and mental health queer & trans people of color festival located in Ithaca, New York.
Tiny Seed Literary Journal - Spring 2019 Edition
Home Exhibition — Open from 6/1/2018 until 6/29/2018.
Analog photograph, A la media noche, curated as part of the collection Home, exhibited at the SE Center of Photography,
juried by Aline Smithson.