Henry Cherry is a Los Angeles based writer and photographer with over a 15 years of journalistic experience, including stints with PBS and LA Weekly. His professional work has been featured on BBC, Vice Magazine, Gambit Weekly, Offbeat, and Los Angeles Times, as well as the long gone but not forgotten Slake Magazine. His photographs are collected both privately and by the Los Angeles Public Library and the Claremont Colleges Special Collections.

Over the years, he has been  a cowhand, a chef, a bar owner, a bike messenger, an art teacher and guest lecturer at Whittier University in Whittier, California and the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena.

He studied painting and film making at Antioch College and University of Texas, Austin. His narrative fiction and poetry have been featured internationally in Cordite, Huck, Los Angeles Review of Books, Spectrum Literary Review, Free State Review and the Texas literary journal, Southwest American Literature,  among others. His writing has been collected in several anthologies including We Dropped A Bomb on You. A story was selected for honorable mention in The Best American Mystery Stories Collection.

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