Roy G. Guzmán is a Honduran-born writer. Raised in Miami, he is the recipient of Pushcart prize nomination, two Best of the Net nominations, and a Gesell Award honorable mention in fiction. His work has appeared or will appear in Juked, The Adroit Journal, Breakwater Review, IMANIMAN Anthology: Poets Reflect on Transformative & Transgressive Borders Through Gloria Anzaldúa's Work, Word Riot, Reservoir, Connotation Press, Lockjaw, Notre Dame Review, Cartridge Lit, NonBinary Review, Compose, Drunken Boat, The Acentos Review, BorderSenses, and Red Savina Review, among other journals. He has been featured in Kenyon Review, Verse of April, and The Best American Poetry Blog. Roy holds degrees from Dartmouth College, the University of Chicago, and the Honors College at Miami Dade College. In 2016, he was the recipient of a Scribe for Human Rights Fellowship, focusing on issues that affect migrant farm workers. That same year he was chosen to participate in the fourth Letras Latinas Writers Initiative gathering, sponsored by Letras Latinas, the literary initiative at the University of Notre Dame's Institute for Latino Studies, in partnership with the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing and the MFA Program at Arizona State University. In 2015, he was awarded a GRPP Graduate Research Fellowship to investigate the trauma of violence in and migration from his home country, Honduras. Roy currently lives in Minneapolis, where is pursuing an MFA in creative writing at the University of Minnesota.