Caulfield, Carlota

Carlota Caulfield (b. 1953): A poet and critic, Caulfield received her Ph.D. in Spanish and Portuguese from Tulane University and is professor of Hispanic studies at Mills College. Her poetry books include 34th Street and Other Poems, Autorretrato en ojo ajeno and A Mapmaker’s Diary: Selected Poems. She is also the author of Literary and Cultural Journeys: Selected Letters to Arturo Torres-Rioseco, Web of Memories: Interviews with Five Cuban Poets, and Voces viajeras. Caulfield’s work has appeared in literary magazines in the United States, Europe and Latin America, and she has won numerous citations and fellowships, including the first Dulce María Loynaz Hispanic-American poetry prize for her manuscript Movimentos metálicos para juguetes abandonados. She was a visiting fellow at the University of London’s Institute of Romance Studies in 2002. (Cintas for literature, 1987-88)

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