A.M. Rosales is a multidisciplinary artist, writer, and translator originally from Cochabamba, Bolivia. They hold a literature degree from George Mason University and their favorite rodent is the capybara. At this point in their life, they have lived in too many places to call any one of them home. Their work is interested in the mundane experiences of bodies and identities in flux, as well as gender identity at the intersection of colonial and indigenous culture. A Pride Foundation scholar and a recipient of the Oregon Literary Fellowship for Women Writers; a collaborating artist at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art and a contributor of original content to the PICA blog, their work has been supported by the Precipice Fund and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. They currently teach composition and creative writing while earning their MFA at Portland State University.