SG Huerta

  • Literature
  • San Marcos, TX

SG Huerta is a queer Xicanx writer from Dallas. A 2023 Roots Wounds Words Fellow and 2024 Tin House Winter Workshop participant, they spend their time freelancing and working on the masthead of literary organizations such as Abode Press, ANMLY, just femme & dandy, and Split Lip Magazine. SG is the author of two poetry chapbooks, The Things We Bring with Us (Headmistress Press 2021) and Last Stop (Defunkt Magazine 2023), and the forthcoming nonfiction chapbook GOOD GRIEF (fifth wheel press 2025). Their work has appeared in Barrelhouse, Bodega Magazine, The Offing, Infrarrealista Review, and elsewhere. Find them at or in Texas with their partner and two cats, standing unwaveringly with oppressed and colonized peoples everywhere.

“I can’t wait to bring everything I learn at the ALI back to Central Texas. My artistic practice wouldn’t be possible without community and family; I want to show up for my vibrant queer Tejano familia, my brilliant colleagues at Abode Press, and future generations of Latinx artists.”