Gloria Muñoz is the author of the chapbook Your Biome has Found You (Finishing Line Press, 2016). As a Colombian/American writer, she interested in exploring identity, spaces of the body, nature, and race. Her writing is forthcoming in LUMINA and has appeared in YES POETRYBest New Poets, Acentos Review, Sarah Lawrence Review, Forage Poetry, The Brooklyn Review, Entropy, and the Going Om anthology, among others. Her writing has also been honored by the Estelle J. Zbar Poetry Prize, the Bettye Newman Poetry Award, the New York Summer Writer’s Institute Fellowship, USF Humanities Institute Poetry Award, and the Think Small to Think Big Artist Grant. Gloria holds degrees from Sarah Lawrence College and the University of South Florida. She is a also a co-founder of Pitch Her Productions, an organization dedicated to women in the arts. Gloria teaches creative writing at Eckerd College, where she also serves as the faculty adviser for the Eckerd Review

 

 
 Photo by Devon Moore Curtin.

Photo by Devon Moore Curtin.