For now he made his home in men. Or rather, for a time, they lodged in him while he saved up seed money.
aureleo sans is a Colombian-American, non-binary, queer, formerly unhoused writer with a disability who resides in San Antonio, Texas. She is also a 2022 Tin House Scholar, a 2022 Sewanee Writers Conference Scholar, a VONA alumna, and a Periplus fellow. She was named the second-place winner of Fractured Lit’s 2021 Micro Fiction Contest and has been been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and Best Microfiction. Her work has been published in The Offing, Shenandoah, and Electric Literature and is forthcoming in Passages North, Salamander, and elsewhere. Follow her at @aureleos.