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Sally Molini lives in Nebraska and is a graduate of Warren Wilson College's MFA Program for Writers. Her work has appeared in various journals and anthologies such as Beliot Poetry Journal, Southern Poetry Review, Diagram, Cimarron Review, and Best New Poets.
Lincoln , NE
Poet and lyrical essayist Maria Nazos is the author of A Hymn That Meanders, published by Wising Up Press. She received her MFA in Writing from Sarah Lawrence College. She is a doctoral student and Chancellor's fellow at English at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her work has received a first place Gaffney Award from The Academy of American Poets, scholarships from the Santa Fe Art Institute, the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center, the Squaw Valley Community of Writers, and fellowships from the University of Nebraska, Vermont Studio Center and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Her work is published or forthcoming in The Florida Review, The Southern Humanities Review, The New Ohio Review, Raleigh Review, Stymie Magazine, Inkwell, The Saranac Review, The anthology Wait a Minute, I Have to Take off My Bra, The Boxcar Poetry Review, The Chicago Quarterly Review, Poet Lore, The New York Quarterly, Harpur Palate, The New Plains Review, The Sycamore Review, Main Street Rag, The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Tar River Poetry, and the anthology Double Lives, Reinventing, and Those We Leave Behind. She resides in Provincetown, Massachusetts and Lincoln, Nebraska.
Fiction Writer, Poet
I'm a PhD candidate at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and an Assistant Editor of Fiction for Prairie Schooner. I write fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, and drama. Presently, I am working on a novel, MANTECA, which is set in Miami Beach and follows a Cuban-American family as they strive to achieve a kind of American dream while navigating through three of Miami's major economic crises: the 1980s cocaine wars, the 2007 subprime mortgage crises, and the more recent flooding of Miami Beach. I have also completed a collection of short stories, titled, In These Cities of Ultraviolet Light, which contends with real and virtual spaces in urban centers, particularly South Florida and the Midwest. My many research interests include: the 20th and 21st century American Novel; transnational literature, particularly between Cuba and the United States; latina/o studies; ethnic studies; and bridging continental philosophy with borderland theory.