by adam desjardins

by adam desjardins

CARLINA DUAN is a writer from Michigan.

She is the author of the poetry collection I WORE MY BLACKEST HAIR (Little A, 2017), and the chapbook Here I Go, Torching (National Federation Poetry Societies, 2015). Carlina is the winner of multiple Hopwood awards, a Fulbright grant, the Edna Meudt Poetry Award, and the 1st Place Winner of Narrative Magazine's 30 Below Contest. She has received scholarships from Juniper Writers' Institute and the Sundress Academy For the Arts (SAFTA). Her poems can be found in Black Warrior Review, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, Tupelo Quarterly, The Margins, and elsewhere. She is currently the Co-Editor-in-Chief of Nashville Review, and an MFA Candidate in Poetry at Vanderbilt University, where she teaches Poetry. 

She has a sweet tooth.

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