Sarah María Medina is a poet and a fiction/creative non-fiction writer from the American Northwest. Her writing has been published in Black Warrior Review, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Prelude, Poetry NW, Split This Rock, Raspa Literary Journal, and elsewhere. Her work is also found in: Nepantla: An Anthology Dedicated to Queer Poets of Color (Nightboat Books, 2018), and Bettering American Poetry Vol. 2.  "From a Poet to her Rumbero" was awarded by Black Warrior Review. She is an ARTIST UP Grant LAB recipient, a Caldera artist-in-residence, a Jack Straw Writer, a teaching artist at Hugo House, and the poetry editor at Winter Tangerine. Medina is mestiza/ Puertorriqueña/ The United Confederation of Taíno People. She is at work on several projects. 

 Caldera Arts Center Library. Photo by tambilane.com         

Caldera Arts Center Library. Photo by tambilane.com