Carlos Antonio Delgado is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh’s MFA program. His work has appeared most recently in Twelve Stories and Akashic Books’ PITTSBURGH NOIR, as well as in The Acentos Review, and Relief Journal, among others. He has won and been nominated for numerous awards, including a K. Leroy Irvis Fellowship, an EIDOS grant, and the Turow-Kinder Prize for Fiction. Carlos and his family live in Los Angeles, in a small yellow house with a big backyard. Over the years, he has taught writing, rhetoric, theology, history, and philosophy to high schoolers and undergraduates.
Publications and Prizes
"Far Beneath" in PITTSBURGH NOIR (Akashic Books, 2011), "Dad Said Don" in BEST OF RELIEF: VOL. 1 (Relief: a Christian Literary Expression, 2007), "Dad Said Don" in ANKENY BRIEFCASE (Relief: a Christian Literary Expression, 2006), "Parable" in ANKENY BRIEFCASE (Relief: a Christian Literary Expression, 2006)