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- Hometown: Panama City, Panama
Darrel Alejandro Holnes’ poetry has been published in or is forthcoming in Poetry Magazine, Best American Experimental Writing, American Poetry Review, Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature and Fine Arts, Callaloo, The Caribbean Writer, Day One, The Puritan Magazine, and elsewhere in print and online. He is the co-author of PRIME: Poetry & Conversations, a Rainbow List Selection by the America Library Association, and On Poetics, Identity & Latinidad: CantoMundo Poets Speak Out. He is the co-editor of Happiness, The Delight-Tree: An Anthology of Contemporary International Poetry. He teaches creative writing at NYU. Holnes has received scholarships, fellowships, or residencies at Canto Mundo, Bread Loaf Writers Conference, Virginia Center for Creative Arts, Vermont College of Fine Arts Postgraduate Writers Conference, Summer Literary Seminars: Kenya, Saltonstall Arts Colony, the Rose O’Neill Literary House, and elsewhere. He is from Panama.