His debut poetry collection, At Least This I Know, will be published January 2022 with 404 Ink. You can pre-order his collection here. His debut explores ancestry, racism, nationhood, activism and queerness in a journey through childhood to adulthood.

Some other places to find Andrés’ work:

Selected journalism and creative nonfiction

I Think I Need Some Help: Addressing Black male depression

We are here and we aren’t going anywhere — making space in Scotland

Ni de aquí, ni de allá: reflections of belonging and finding myself in books

The Skinny: Boys don’t cry

The Skinny: Rom-Coms As A Dating Guide for a Young Gay Man

The Skinny: Bryan Washington on memorials for our communities

Gutter: Review of Margarita Garcia Robayo’s Holiday Heart (trans. by Charlotte Coombe)

Selected journals

‘The Fountain’ (Books From Scotland)

‘The Urchin’ (Gutter #21)

‘Somewhere between the light’ (Gutter #22)

Anthologies & pamphlets


Crossing Lines

The Centenary Collection

The Speculative Book 2021

We Were Always Here: A Queer Words anthology

Selected media

Disarm Hate x Nymph & Thugs – A Song from Somewhere

3 Poems after Edwin Morgan (Edwin Morgan Trust)

Open Courtauld Hour: New Takes (Poetry Special)

Creativity in Isolation, Representation in Literature and more – Your Own Words

This Is Your Mixtape: I Want That Freedom