About.

Ana Maria Caballero is the author of Mid-life published by Finishing Line Press in 2016. Silver Birch Press included her chapbook Reverse Commute in IDES, an anthology of fifteen poetry chapbooks. Her book Entre domingo y domingo (From Sunday to Sunday) won Colombia’s 2014 José Manuel Arango National Poetry Prize.  

She is currently seeking an MFA in Poetry at Florida International University, where she was runner-up for the Academy of American Poets Prize. In 2003, she graduated with a magna cum laude B.A. in Romance Studies from Harvard University.

Her prose and poems have appeared in over twenty journals and publications, such as Tupelo Quarterly, Smoking Glue Gun, CutBank, Red Savina Review and Jai-Alai Magazine. It is forthcoming in The Rockford Review.

Parallel to her writing life, she’s worked for a hedge fund in Greenwich, CT,  freelanced as a journalist in Manhattan, coordinated international press for a Colombian Vice-President, re-launched then sold a boutique wine distributor in Bogotá, and, most recently, founded a real estate investment firm in Miami, where she lives with her husband and two young children.

She can be contacted at caballeroana@icloud.com.

 


 

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

small quote with doodle

37 Comments

  1. Sherry Chen

    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

  2. Jayde-Ashe

    Sure is! Because of New Year etc I’m not going to publish issue 6 until the 7th of January. So you still have until the 27th of December to submit. Plenty of time!! 🙂

  3. Jayde-Ashe

    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.

  4. wepoetsshowit

    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 🙂

  5. thecheesewolf

    There are so many things to enjoy on your site! The bi-lingual poetry, the “notes and texts” marginalia, and most of all the quality of your writing. Respect.

  6. William Eaton

    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

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