Writing Option Students

See below for information on our current first, second, and third year writing students:

Third Year

Eduardo Diaz
Eduardo Carmona

CSULA ALummni and MFA TVF Student from Chile. A passion for perfection and travel runs in my family. I love to write and always have time for a ood story. 

Martin Castillo
Martin Castillo

Raised in the Imperial Valley my craft is heavily influenced by the Mexican communities I was raised in. I create stories designed to showcase the talents of POC through the use of magical realism. In having a background in Entomology I aim to create a union between science and mysticism

. Visit his website.

Priscilla Estrada
Priscilla Estrada
I have lived in Ontario my entire life.
I got my B.A. in Communications: Radio-Tv-FIlm at Cal State Fullerton
Interned at dick clark productions where I wrote coverage for potential movie of the week on halllmark and lifetime.
I have written 3 shorts, a feature and currently working on a pilot for a dramedy series. 
I am a grad student at csula for the writing option.
Grace Murphy
Grace Murphy

Hi, I’m Lady Grace. I’m a writer based in Los Angeles. I grew up in San Francisco but I was artistically raised in Chicago where I co-directed an ongoing show with the Drinking & Writing Theater. My work tackles challenging topics through humor. I look forward to making you laugh someday. 

Kenya Queen
Kenya Queen

Kenya Queen recently moved out to LA from Houston, TX after receiving her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and French from the University of North Texas. Although she doesn’t have professional experience as a writer, by combining her love for prose and her career in providing closed captions broadcasted all over the world — she was inspired to pursue the path of a creative artist. She has always been compelled to tell stories with her unique voice in a variety of mediums, thus obtaining a masters degree in the fine arts would be a perfect platform. Being able to collaborate with people from all over the world drives her passion for this industry and she believes it will have a great influence on her work in the future. 

Currently, she is Secretary for the MFA Production Studio club on campus and works various positions at the school library. She has served as dramaturg on two school productions: Being an American and We, the Invisibles

Sahib Singh
Sahib Singh

I was born and raised in Hayward, CA. As an MFA student with an emphasis in writing, I look to create pieces that catalyze discussions on societal failures. I try to combine the creative and critical mind so that the works produced challenge the viewer to question the subject matter and the perspective in which it’s presented. My focus is on digital media and specifically, 3D animation. I’m currently producing a short series that highlights the trials and tribulations of being a first-generation Punjabi teenager. I am also training to be a teaching assistant for Introduction to Screenwriting. Along with school, I host a weekly radio show on Radio Mirchi (AM 1310), a Punjabi radio station, where I discuss American politics and keep the Punjabi community informed about the latest political happenings in America. In my free time, I work with various charter schools to create lesson plans that promote creative interests.

Second Year

Addison Peacock
Jaleese Ramos