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Cristina Marrero

Orlando, Florida, United States


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I have spent the last few years working with advocacy and non-profit groups both
voluntarily and for pay. Whether it's writing, campaigning, blogging, cold calling,
vlogging, organizing or educating my experience has given me a unique skill set
and perspective.

I have currently relocated to the Orlando/Winter Park area to attend Rollin's
College and am seeking to continue my advocacy and writing career here.

Some of my involvement has included a Presidential grassroots re-election
campaign. Prior to this, I worked in Pensacola, FL, with the largest Gay-Straight
Alliance in the state of Florida as a News Liaison.

While in Pensacola, I wrote for the semi-national LGBT magazine: Out on the
Town. We covered issues that specifically dealt with being gay in the Southern
culture. I only stopped working for the magazine because it, unfortunately, went
out of business. But the work we did was very beneficial to the LGBT community
for the duration of its publication.

On a book bases, I am currently in the process of finalizing a children's book and
republishing my book of poems: A Rambling Wanderer's Tale. I would also like to
republish my first book The River: The Unsung Love Story as an illustrated YA
book. It is the first in a series of thee pieces. I also have a long term book series in
the works, as well as, the conversion of two short story pieces into novel form.
One is based in Paganism, another is based in gender identity and the last is a
coming of age teen lesbian story.

I keep pretty busy these days and would love the right people to make all these
projects as successful as possible. If you are interested, shoot me an email at or at

Interests: LGBTQ issues, Activism, Politics, Religious Studies, Pagan Culture, Feminist Theology, Women's Studies.

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes


Published works:


  • The River: The Unsung Love Story (Unedited Second Edition)
  • Poetry

  • A Rambling Wonderer’s Tale