Cynthia Via

Cynthia Via


BSR Contributor Since January 12, 2021

Cynthia Via (she/her) is a New York-based writer covering gender, culture, the outdoors, and politics.

Cynthia Via is a writer based in New York, where she studied Journalism and Creative Writing at Baruch College - The City University of NY. She writes about gender, culture, the outdoors, and politics. Her work has appeared in CRY, Femsplain, Nola Defender, and UnEarth. During off hours, she reads poetry, performs improv, hikes around, and dances kind of funky.

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Discovering themselves through a different lens: the women of ‘ALAS.’ (Image courtesy of PHLAFF.)

PHLAFF presents Llaima Sanfiorenzo’s ‘ALAS’

When did you feel time was running out?

‘ALAS’ (WINGS), a participatory documentary film streaming at this year’s Philadelphia Latino Film Festival, explores life and loss for incarcerated women in Puerto Rico. Cynthia Via reviews.
Cynthia Via

Cynthia Via

Reviews 4 minute read
The freedom of existing without choreography: the writer takes a leap. (Photo courtesy of Cynthia Via.)

How the pandemic helped me rediscover my lifelong love of dance

Ways to move around the world

The pandemic interrupted almost everything about our lives, but it gave writer Cynthia Via a chance to reconnect with a love for dance that had been there all along.
Cynthia Via

Cynthia Via

Essays 6 minute read