Neil de la Flor, born in Hollywood, Florida, earned an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Miami. His first book, Almost Dorothy, won the 2009 Marsh Hawk Press Poetry Prize and will be published in January 2010. In addition, his literary work has been published in Hayden’s Ferry Review, Barrow Street, Sentence, 42opus, Scene360, Court Green and other literary journals on the web and in print. In 2006, Facial Geometry (Neo Pepper Press), a collaborative chapbook of triads co-authored with Maureen Seaton and Kirstine Snodgrass, was published.
Publications and Prizes
Almost Dorothy (Marsh Hawk Press, 2010)
Facial Geometry (NeO Pepper Press, 2006)
42opus, Admit Two, Barrow Street, Can We Have Our Ball Back, Coconut Poetry, Court Green, Guernica, Gulf Coast, Gulf Stream, Hayden's Ferry Review, Hotel Amerika, Lodestar Quarterly, No Tell Motel, Prairie Schooner, Sentence, Tarpaulin Sky