Poems

Claudia writes because her heart is an ocean. Her poetry is also written in many forms. Read her post A Beginner’s Guide to Poetry, 21st Century Edition for more on forms.

FORTHCOMING WORK:

FEATURES:

Split This Rock Poem of the Week

  • Residence” (2020) published in The Quarry

Brooklyn Poets Poet of the Week

SELECTED AUDIO:

ONLINE:

The Acentos Review (2017)

  • “Keeping warm”
  • “Motherland”
  • “For the Times You Heard an Accent”
  • “Family Detention Center”

The Bookends Review

Litbreak Magazine

Cape Rock

The Round (issue XX)

IN PRINT:

1 poem in Poetry is Dead

2 poems in The Northern Virginia Review

1 poem in Southwest Review

  • Throwing Rice” – Volume 104, #3 (Jan. 2020)
  • 2018 Morton Marr Poetry Prize, second place

1 poem and its Spanish translation in La Presa

1 poem in DASH

  • “I, Not Home” – Spring 2020

Midwest Quarterly:

  • In Praise of Myself” and “My Feet Can Walk” – Fall 2020