R.J. Hernández is a Cuban-American writer in NYC.  He graduated from Yale University in 2011 and worked at Vogue, Elle, and W before writing his first novel, An Innocent Fashion. He is a finalist for the 2017 Edmund White Award for Debut Fiction.

Interviews, articles, and reviews of R.J.’s work have appeared in national and international media including: The Washington Post, The Guardian, Huffington Post, Out, People, Elle, Telegraph, and Vanity Fair.

For more info, read his latest personal essay, "Being Seymour Glass" in The Paris Review, about struggling with his ethnic identity as a fashion outsider.

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Contact: rj@rj-hernandez.com

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Erica Spellman-Silverman
Trident Media Group, LLC
41 Madison Avenue, Floor 36
New York, NY 10010

R.J. reading at his 5-year Yale reunion: