Nature, Labor, Feminisms

Sierra Dickey is a writer, educator, and organizer

Sierra is a contributing author to Coming of Age at the End of Nature, an anthology from Trinity University Press. Her essay “The Lives of the Plovers” received honorable mention from Sage Magazine’s Emerging Environmental Writers Contest before being collected. She has written arts and cultural reporting for Take Magazine, and essays and book reviews for Barrelhouse, Brevity, and more.

Alongside her writing work Sierra is a TESOL-certified English teacher and has spent the last 3 years working with Latinx migrant workers in Vermont and Western Massachusetts. She is fluent in Spanish and has spent important time studying and traveling in Uruguay, Cuba, Spain, and Mexico.


Photos c/o Asya Dubrovina.