Frank Mundo


Author's Bio

Frank Mundo has a BA in English from UCLA, where he also completed the Creative Writing Program. Frank is the author of The Brubury Tales (foreword by Carolyn See), a modern version of The Canterbury Tales, set in Los Angeles just after the 1992 riots.

Publications & Prizes

Me As a Child Series (Silver Birch Press, 2015)
Spectrum: an Anthology of Southern Californian Poets (Spectrum Press, 2015)
Then & Now: Conversations with Old Friends (Sadie Girl Press, 2015)
Men in the Company of Women: A Provocative Anthology of Praise & Persuasion (Volume 2) (Edgar and Lenore's Publishing House, 2013)
Eleven Sundry Flowers (Antrim House Books, 2021)
Touched by an Anglo (Kattywompus Press, 2017)
Journals: ,
Angel City Review
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The Bicycle Review
The Nervous Breakdown
The Ugly Yet Beautiful Heart
Prizes won: 

Poet Laureate Award Nomination from UCLA and CAL (for The Brubury Tales); Reader Views Reviewers Choice Award for Poetry Book of the Year (for The Brubury Tales); Bookhitch Award for the Most Innovative Book of Poetry (for The Brubury Tales); Reason to Rhyme Award from Byline Magazine (for The Brubury Tales); Ruth Brill Award for Fiction; 2016 Best of the Net Nominee: 2022 Eric Hoffer Award Finalist for Poetry

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Los Angeles, CA
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Last update: May 29, 2022