Hath September | Day 18 | Showing Papers | Sheila Maldonado
September 18, 2012
To read Sheila Maldonado’s poem, click HERE.
Sheila Maldonado is the author of one-bedroom solo
(Fly by Night Press, 2011), her debut poetry collection.
She grew up in Coney Island, New York, across the street
from the Atlantic Ocean. Her family hails from Honduras.
Her poems have appeared in Rattapallax, Callaloo and
Me No Habla with Acento: Contemporary Latino Poetry.
She teaches creative writing for The City University of
New York and Teachers & Writers Collaborative. She
holds degrees in English from Brown University and
poetry from The City College of New York. She lives
in a one-bedroom in uptown Manhattan where she is
working on her next project about a lifelong obsession
with the ancient Maya.