Miguel Correa (b. 1956, Placetas): Correa received his Ph.D. from the Graduate School and University Center in New York, where he wrote a dissertation titled Reinaldo Arenas: Imagen del autor implícito desde la textualidad. Correa has taught at St. Peter’s College, Lehman College, Rutgers University and Hunter College. His critical pieces have appeared in the magazines Letralia, Espéculo and Fe de Errata. He is the author of two novels, Al norte del infierno and Fragmentos del discurso humano, which received a first prize award from the Continental Association of Latin America and was a finalist in the Letras de Oro competition sponsored by the University of Miami. He also received the Hunter College Literary Academy Prize for the short story El corrector. He teaches in the department of Modern Languages at Hostos Community College in New York. (Cintas for literature, 1984-85)

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