Rocky Callen, the daughters of an Ecuadorian immigrant, has long lived a life of service ever since she was a 13-year-old advocating for the undocumented immigrants in her community. She interned at NASA at 12 years old, started lobbying congress at 13, and wrote and produced student radio stories at NPR at 14.
A behavioral therapist for over twelve years, she received an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Ar and lives outside of Seattl, DC with her spouse, siste, and baby gir. Rocky is currently developing the Bleed Ink Foundation, a creative hub and resource center for writers, and the HoldOn2Hope Project, which unites creatives in suicide prevention and mental health awareness. A Breath Too Late is her débu ovel.
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