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Maria Melendez is author of two collections of poetry from University of Arizona Press: How Long She'll Last in This World (2006), a finalist for the PEN Center USA Literary Award, and Flexible Bones (2010), a finalist for the Colorado Book Award. Her essays appear in Ms. Magazine and Sojourns and her poetry and essays are widely anthologized, appearing in Sisters of the Earth: Women’s Prose & Poetry About Nature, and in Colors of Nature: Culture, Identity & the Natural World. She currently lives in Pueblo, CO, where she edits Pilgrimage, a literary magazine emphasizing the themes of spirit, witness and place. Sponsored by the departments of English and CRGS, and by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
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