Christiane Williams-Vigil is a Xicana writer from El Paso, Texas. Nationality wise she identifies as Mexican-American. Her work has been published in various literary magazines such as Marias at Sampaguitas, Chismosa Press, Fatal Flaw Literary Magazine, and Marshall University’s Movable Project. Currently, she is a Best of the Net nominee and contributing staff writer for Alebrijes Review. This story was previously published in a local community college’s annual literary anthology.
Behind the Scenes with Christiane Williams-Vigil, author of Me Casa es Su Casa
What does a freak snow storm and a 24-hour writing contest have in common? Both were seeds that sprouted this ultra-hopeful story. And if you enjoy stories that keep Chekhov’s theory about guns in mind, you’re going to love this episode.