Andrés is available for performances, panel interviews, chairing opportunities and writing commissions. He has published non-fiction pieces on immigration, mental health, as well as personal essays with a QTBIPOC perspective. He is keen to network with other writers and organisations that seek to improve access for diverse and underrepresented communities within the creative arts, especially within Scotland and the wider UK.
You can follow him on Twitter: @AndresNOrdorica
You can contact him directly via email: anikolas[dot]ordorica [at] gmail [dot] com.
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Andrés N. Ordorica is an Edinburgh-based queer Latinx writer who creates characters who are from neither here nor there (ni de aquí, ni de allá).
Andrés N. Ordorica is a queer Latinx writer based in Edinburgh. His writing attempts to map the journey of his diasporic experience and unpack what it means to be from ni de aquí, ni de allá. His debut poetry collection, At Least This I Know, is published with 404 Ink.
Andrés N. Ordorica is a queer Latinx writer based in Edinburgh. His writing attempts to map the journey of his diasporic experience and unpack what it means to be from ni de aquí, ni de allá. He has been published widely including The Guardian, The Acentos Review, The Skinny, Gutter, Poetry Unbound and Bella Caledonia. His writing has been shortlisted for The Saltire Society’s Poetry Book of The Year, the Morley Prize for Unpublished Writers of Colour and the Mo Siewcharran Prize. He is the author of the poetry collection At Least This I Know (404 Ink).