From "Reading for Loaded Objects" by Denise Delgado

From "Reading for Loaded Objects" by Denise Delgado


Denise Delgado's fiction, critical essays, and arts writing have appeared or are forthcoming in The Southeast Review, Inch, Dossier, Hinchas de Poesía, the anthology Florida Flash, edited by Lynne Barrett; Gean Moreno & Ernesto Oroza's Tabloid Project, Jai-Alai Magazine, 2040 Review, the artist’s monograph Frances Trombly: Paintings, Fiction Writers Review, WLRN Miami and WBUR’s The ARTery. She is Neighborhood Program Fellow and instructor at GrubStreet, a Boston literary arts center. Denise was the first Writer-in-Residence for Girls’ Club, an exhibition and foundation dedicated to contemporary art by women. She has an MFA in fiction writing from Warren Wilson College and is a proud alumna of the Voices of Our Nations writing workshop. She is completing a collection of linked short stories, The Country and the City: Stories about two families connected through Operation Peter Pan, Miami, art, and archives.



“Understanding the Family: A Guide for Clinicians”

The Southeast Review, forthcoming

“Project Ventanita”

Women Painting, a catalog published by Girls’ Club Collection to accompany the eponymous exhibition

"The Country and the City"

Hinchas de Poesía

“More on the Origins of Weaving: the Princess, the Pea, and the Birth of the Bench”

Artist’s monograph Frances Trombly: Paintings, published by Girls’ Club Collection

“Old People in This City (Adapted From a Public Radio Manuscript)”

Tigertail: A South Florida Annual | Florida Flash

“The Origins of Weaving and Dying”

Jai-Alai Magazine







Review: Latin@ Rising: An Anthology of Latin@ Science Fiction and Fantasy

2040 Review

Review: The Secret in Their Eyes by Eduardo Sacheri

Fiction Writers Review


For The ARTery, WBUR:

“Fabricated Characters: Adriana Carvalho’s Garment Sculptures”

Exhibition text, Adriana Carvalho: Objet petit a, Miami International Airport Galleries, forthcoming

“Building a New Writing Community”


Driftwood: Gean Moreno and Ernesto Oroza

Exhibition text, Main Library, Miami-Dade Public Library System

“Spiral Notebook: On Food, Murals and Working Outside the White Box”

Miami Art Exchange