Miranda Martinez-Herbert
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About Me

 Miranda Martinez-Herbert is a recent MFA graduate who primarily writes Creative Nonfiction. She has a lifestyle of writing and was a Features Reporter for The Colorado Springs Gazette, an Editor-in-Chief and Content Creator for Odyssey University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) branch, and on the editing team for the UCCS Literary and Arts Journal, riverrun. Currently, she is a reader for the literary journal, Inverted Syntax. She has been published in Odyssey, The Colorado Springs Gazette, borrowed solace, and Seasons in Malibu. Miranda is a native of Colorado, but currently lives in Montana with her military husband and two dogs, Biscuits and Gravy. But who knows where God, writing, and the United States Air Force will send them next. 


Degrees
(BA) Bachelor of Arts - 2019

English

University of Colorado Colorado Springs

(MFA) Master of Fine Arts - 2022

Creative Writing, Nonfiction

Regis University


Teaching History

Areas of Specialization
creative writing creative nonfiction rhetoric and writing women writers writing and the environment Native American Literature

Resources
Larry Cook aims to brighten your day 1 wave at a time around Colorado Springs

For 26 years, Larry Cook has been waving at passing cars on Colorado 83 and Shoup Road north of Colorado Springs simply to brighten people’s day.

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Desperation Student Conference coming to New Life Church

With music blaring, there is a tender brokenness. A room filled with beautiful contradictions — thousands of people, yet individual growth. Collective worship, but separate moments. People standing, sitting, jumping,

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Transport to the age of the Renaissance in Larkspur

Hear ye, hear ye: The 2018 Colorado Renaissance Festival is approaching.

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More than 30,000 expected to attend Hill Climb Fan Fest in downtown Colorado Springs

The Colorado Springs Western Street Breakfast spurs the start of the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo season early Wednesday. The 82-year-old tradition started with 35 people served from a chuckwagon

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The Truth About Human Trafficking

Bringing awareness is the first step to change.

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