Denise Delgado's fiction and critical essays have appeared in Inch, Dossier, Hinchas de Poesía, the anthology Florida Flash, edited by Lynne Barrett; Gean Moreno & Ernesto Oroza's Tabloid Project, Jai-Alai Magazine, the artist’s monograph Frances Trombly: Paintings, Fiction Writers Review, and NPR affiliate WLRN Miami. 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 short fiction set in Miami. It is about voicey women, archives, Operation Peter Pan, suicide, families, and duplexes.
Originally published in the anthology Tigertail: A South Florida Annual | Florida Flash, edited by Lynne Barrett. Republished on El Bohemio.
Short fiction at Hinchas de Poesía.
At Fiction Writers Review
for artist’s monograph Frances Trombly: Paintings, published by Girls’ Club Collection.