Leslie GonzalezWeb Producer
Leslie Gonzalez is a freelance writer and editor from San Diego, California. Her works of fiction are published in Mythos magazine and Indie IT Press, and her editorial work is published on “LOCALE,” “OK Whatever,” and “Flaunt.”
Prior to working for KPBS as a web producer, Leslie was the fiction editor for “Kelp Journal,” a content creator for “Novelty 101,” and a blog editor for “The Coachella Review.” Leslie has performed her stories with the Desert Sun Storytellers Project on stage in front of a live audience. Her writing primarily focuses on mental health issues, cultural adversity and identity, entertainment, fiction, and commercial content creation.
She earned her BA in creative writing from California State University, Northridge and her MFA in fiction from University of California, Riverside at Palm Desert.
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California está llevando a cabo su elección primaria el 7 de Junio, y con la temporada de elecciones a la vuelta de la esquina, puede llegar a ser abrumador entender “quién, qué, dónde, cuándo y cómo” votar. KPBS está aquí para ayudar a resolver tus preguntas.
It can be daunting to understand the “who, what, where, when and how” to vote. KPBS is here to help answer your questions.
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