Caridad Moro-Gronlier is the author of Tortillera, winner of the TRP Southern Poetry Breakthrough Prize published by Texas Review Press (2021) and the chapbook Visionware published by Finishing Line Press (2009). She is a Contributing Editor for Grabbed: Poets and Writers Respond to Sexual Assault (Beacon Press, 2020) and Associate Editor for "SWWIM Every Day", an online daily poetry journal for women identified poets. Recent projects include "A Heroic Sonnet Crown for Mayor Daniella Levine Cava and the Residents of Miami-Dade County: We Who Rise from Saltwater, Let’s Sing," the O, Miami Off-Shore Fellowship: Poets of the Caribbean Diaspora, and publication in Home in Florida: Latinx Writers and the Literature of Uprootedness (UF Press, 2021), among others. She resides in Miami, Florida with her family. Learn more about Caridad on her website.
Image Description: Caridad Moro-Gronlier is a Latina woman with brown, shoulder-length hair. She stands in front of a cream-colored wall with one hand on her hip and smiles. She wears a plum short-sleeved shirt with geometric shapes on it.