Ana Maria Caballero is a first-generation Colombian-American poet and artist. Her work explores how biology delimits societal and cultural rites, ripping the veil off romanticized motherhood and questioning notions that package female sacrifice as a virtue. She is the recipient of the Beverly International Prize, Colombia’s José Manuel Arango National Poetry Prize, and a Sevens Foundation Grant. Her work has been widely published and exhibited internationally.

Widely recognized as a web3 poetry pioneer, her work with poetry on the blockchain has been featured by outlets such as Right Click Save, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and Elle UK. (Linear A pagina) Believing that poems are works of art, she cofounded literary gallery theVERSEverse.



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A Petit Mal

Caballero’s first nonfiction manuscript A Petit Mal was awarded the International Beverly Prize for Literature. It will be published in Fall 2022.


Published by Finishing Line Press, mid-life is Caballero’s first book of poetry in English.

Reverse Commute

LA-based Silver Birch Press published Ides, an anthology of fifteen poetry chapbooks, including Caballero’s Reverse Commute.

Entre Domingo y Domingo

Caballero’s Entre domingo y domingo (From Sunday to Sunday) won Colombia’s José Manuel Arango National Poetry Prize. It will be published by Valparaiso Editores in early 2023.