Guillermo Rebollo Gil (San Juan, 1979) is a poet, sociologist and attorney. He is the author of several poetry, creative non-fiction and scholarly books. His academic work has appeared in The Journal of Autoethnography, Race, Ethnicity & Education, Ethnic & Racial Studies, Journal of Feminist Scholarship, Journal of Popular Culture, and American Behavioral Scientist, among others. His book-length essay Writing Puerto Rico: Our Decolonial Moment (2018), a careful consideration of the potentialities of radical thought and action in contemporary Puerto Rico, was published by Palgrave Macmillan in their New Caribbean Studies Series. Presently, he is at work on a study into the trappings of white privilege in Puerto Rico. He belongs to/with Lucas Imar and Ariadna Michelle. Happily so.