About.

Every book read and each poem written gently feeds the beast…

 

My first book, “Entre domingo y domingo,” won Colombia’s 2014 José Manuel Arango National Poetry Prize and second place in the Ediciones Embajale nationwide contest.

L.A.-based Silverbirch Press included my poetry chapbook “Reverse Commute (2015)” in an anthology of fifteen chapbooks.  In 2016, Finishing Line Press published “mid-life,” my first book of poetry in English.

Most of my published poems form part of Library for All, an NGO that provides free digital libraries to developing countries.

Below is my favorite piece of writing, from T.S. Eliot’s Preludes:

small quote with doodle

 


 

The following publications have given my writing a home:

 

Zeteo Journal-

Zeteo is Reading (where I once wrote about poetry every week)

 

Clamor-

Mercury, Retrograde

The Hour of the Star is Here

 

The East Bay Review-

Revel

 

The Potomac

The Open Dishwasher

Sick Talk

 

Jai-Alai Magazine-

Sunday 3

Sunday 4

 

Empty Mirror Books-

The Stories of Bedtime

Normal Things

The Cows

 

Red Savina Review

Bibiliografía

Morning Feed

The Suffering Game

 

Pea River Review- 

Yellow Tomatoes

Differences

 

Silver Birch Press-

Oh, Zelda

Said and Done

 

Smoking Glue Gun Magazine- 

Paco

 

Zócalo Poets- 

La librería que recomendaste

Sí mi patrón

Te lo vi

Ahora se espera

 

East Coast Ink Magazine- 

Juan

Oh, Zelda

 

Big River Poetry Review-

Espíritu Santo

 

A Literation Magazine- 

Timing

How Others Do It

 

Elephant Journal-

Bikram Love Triangle

 

The Furious Gazelle- 

Late Night Poem

Shell

Welcome

 

CutBank Literary Journal- 

The Woodshop “Where I Work”

 

Really Systems- 

Another Airport Poem

 

Aviary Review- 

A Notion of Marriage

 

Actuary Lit-

Book Review: Herta Muller’s “The Appointment”

 

Dagda Publishing- 

A Girlfriend for Prufrock

The Napkin Trick

Our Brief Record

 

Ghost House Review- 

Morning Feed

Soft Landings and Quick Bites

 

Toasted Cheese Literary Journal- 

The Napkin Trick

 

Eunoia Review- 

Dialogue

A Girlfriend for Prufrock

The Clothesmaker

 

The Fat City Review-

Overdue Love Letter

 

We Drink Because We’re Poets- 

New Computer

 

VerseWrights- 

A Notion of Marriage

Chew You

Breakfast Meeting

Life Things

Sorry Afterthought

The Feeling of Being Hungover

Welcome

Yellow Tomatoes

Said and Done

 

Pilgrims Poems-

Corcovado

Tragedy at Sushi Siam

 

Kumquat Poetry-

The Clothesmaker

Cuarto de Hotel Moderno

My Nudity in All its Forms

Bathroom Talk

Babies on Planes

 

Boston Poetry Magazine-

Dialogue

A Girlfriend for Prufrock

The Clothesmaker

 

The Paperbook Collective- 

Former Head of Security

Baby

 

 

Thank you for visiting,

Ana

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37 thoughts on “About.

  1. It is a pleasure to have come across your blog, and perhaps this entry in particular, though your thoughts on Cortazar also had me reading. Best, William Eaton, montaigbakhtinian.com

  2. Thank you so much for joining us on wePoets, it’s much appreciated. We’d be happy to showcase your work should you want to share. If so our submission and theme pages explain everything 🙂

  3. Hi Ana,
    I just wanted to say thank you for submitting your beautiful poems to The Paperbook Collective this year. It was a pleasure to publish them, and I hope you will continue to submit some work in 2014! Have a wonderful holiday season.
    Jayde.

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  6. Hi there, I think your site’s got beautiful design and such interesting pieces, so I’m following! 🙂
    I really enjoy your posts and look forward to your next.
    Feel free to check out my writing about publishing: publishinginsights.org
    Sherry

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