Carlota Caulfield Curriculum Vitae

Education
PhD, (Philosophy and Letters (Spanish). With Honors. Tulane University, 1992.

MA, Spanish. With Honors. San Francisco State University, 1986. 

Licenciatura (MA). History and Art. With distinction. University of Havana, Cuba, 1979. 

Courses Taught
SPAN 003: Intermediate Spanish III
SPAN 004: Intermediate Spanish IV
SPAN 051: Spanish for Spanish Speakers: Language, Culture and Identity.
SPAN 101: Advanced Composition and Translation
SPAN 140: Introduction to Hispanic Literature
SPAN 153: Poetry Workshop
SPAN 154: Fiction Workshop
SPAN 172: Intersections of Art and Poetry
SPAN 175: The 20th Century Hispanic Novel
SPAN 180: Special Topics in Hispanic Literatures (The Avant-Garde)
SPAN 180: Special Topics in Hispanic Literatures (Literary Experiment and Cultural Pluralsim)
SPAN 180: Special Topics in Hispanic Literatures (Hispanic Travel Literature)
SPAN 183: Advanced Seminar in Spanish Literature
SPAN 191-192: Senior Thesis
LET 161: Women Writers of Contemporary Spain and Latin America
LET 131/231: Aspects of Hispanic-American Cultures
LET 162/262 US Latino Literature and Culture
LET 166/266: National Literatures of Latin America: Cuba and Mexico

Professional Interests
Contemporary Iberian and Latin American cultures and literatures, the avant-garde and interdisciplinary approaches to art and poetry, Hispanic poetry, Iberian and Hispanic women writers, Catalan and Hispanic theater, Hispanic-Jewish literature, US Latino literature, feminist critical theories, creative writing and translation.

Professional Overview
Carlota Caulfield is Professor of Spanish and Spanish American Studies, Department of Languages and Literatures, head of the Latin American Studies Program and Co-Director of the MFA in Translation. From 2011 to 2012, she was Mills College Trefethen Professor. Caulfield received her Licenciatura in History from the University of Havana, her MA in Spanish from San Francisco State University and her PhD in Spanish and Portuguese from Tulane University.

Her work includes numerous articles on Latin American, Spanish and Catalan literatures. Caulfield’s work as an editor includes: From the Forbidden Garden. Letters from Alejandra Pizarnik to Antonio Beneyto. Ed. and Intro. by Carlota Caulfield (Bucknell University Press, 2003); The Other Poetry of Barcelona. Spanish and Spanish-American Women Poets. Co-editor (with Jaime D. Parra) (Corner, An imprint of InteliBooks Publishers, 2004); No soy tu musa. Poetas irlandesas contemporáneas. Madrid: Ediciones Torremozas, 2008. and (with Darién J. Davis) of A Companion to US Latino Literatures, UK: Tamesis, 2007, 2010 (Paperback).

Among her recent publications are Barcelona: Visual Culture, Space and Power. (Co-edited with Helena Buffery) of Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2012, and Fashionable. Una poeta adicta a la moda (Torremozas, 2013) 

She is the author of eleven books of poetry, including A las puertas del papel con amoroso fuego, introducción de Marjorie Agosin (Torremozas, 1996), At the Gates of the Paper with Burning Desire (Eboli Poetry, 2001), Book of the XXXIX Steps, a poetry game of discovery and imagination (Intelibooks, 1995, CD ROM, 1999), Estrofas de papel, barro y tinta (Cafè Central, 1994), 34th Street and other poems, Eboli Poetry with a preface by Jack Foley (Eboli Poetry Series, 1987), Autorretrato en ojo ajeno (Betania, 2001). Quincunce/Quincunx (Puerto del Sol, 2004), Movimientos metálicos para juguetes abandonados (Gobierno de Cultura, Canarias, 2003) First Hispanoamerican Poetry Prize “Dulce María Loynaz” (Spain-Cuba 2002), Ticket to Ride (InteliBooks, 2005) and A Mapmaker’s Diary. Selected Poems (White Pine Press, 2007). From 1998 to 2002, she was the the editor of CORNER, an electronic on-line journal dedicated to the avant-garde.

Her work has appeared, among others, in Visions, Michigan Quarterly Review, The Texas Review, Haight Ashbury Literary Journal, Puente Libre, Nómada, Inti, Textos, Aleph, Turia, Poetry San Francisco, Hostos Review, Irish Migration Studies in Latin America, Barcarola, Cerise Press, Resonancias and Baquiana

Read an interview with her at Cerise Press, Summer 2011, Vol. 3, Issue 7.

See her website.

Among the poetry prizes she has won are the Internacional poetry prize, "Ultimo Novecento," in Italy (1988), Honorable Mention at the "Plural Prize" of Mexico City (1993), the Honorable Mention in the International Poetry Prize "Federico García Lorca," (Spain-USA-1994) and the International Poetry Prize "Riccardo Marchi-Torre di Calafuria," in Italy, (1995), and the 1997 Latino Poetry Honorable Mention from The Latin American Writers Institute of New York. She has also received the First International Poetry Hispanoamerican Prize "Dulce María Loynaz," 2002, for manuscript "Movimientos metálicos para juguetes abandonados."

Teaching Experience
2005-2019, Professor of Spanish and Spanish American Studies, Mills College.

Summer 2015 International Visiting Scholar, University of Barcelona.

Fall 2006, Visiting Professor at University College London

2005, Professor of Spanish and Spanish-American Studies, Mills College

Fall 2002, Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Romance Studies, University of London.

2001 (May-June), Visiting Professor at the Department of Romance Languages

Faculty of Letters, University of Goningen, The Netherlands

2000 (May), Guest Lecturer at the Department of Romance Languages

Faculty of Letters, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

2000, Director of the Graduate Liberal Studies Program

1998-1999, Co-Director of the Graduate Liberal Studies Program

1998-2006, Associate Professor, Mills College, Hispanic Studies

1992-1998, Assistant Professor, Mills College, Hispanic Studies

1988-1992, Teaching Assistant, Tulane University

1985-1987, Lecturer, San Francisco State University.

1984-1985, Teaching Assistant, San Francisco State University

Presentations

Invited Lectures/Presentations
“Entre archivos: mi experiencia como investigadora y coleccionista de poesía visual / Between Archives: Reflections on my Experiences as a Researcher and as a Collector of Experimental Poetry.” Seminar Arxius de poesia experimental: perspectives de futur/ experimental Poetry Archives: Future Perspectives. Fundació Joan Brossa & University of Barcelona. Barcelona. November 8, 2018.

Book Launch of Alejandra Pizarnik, Dos Letras. Epistolario 1969-1972. Correspondencia de la poeta con el escritor/pintor Antonio Beneyto. (Second expanded edition). Barcelona: Onyx editor, 2017.  Virreina, Centre de la Imatge, Barcelona. June 7, 2017.

Booklaunch of ABCDario (organized by J.M.Calleja & Ximo Rochera) at the Institut Valenciá d’Art Modern (IVAM), Valencia, December 1st, LAIE (CCCB),Barcelona, December 2 & Dòria Llibres, Matarò, December 3, 2015.

Keynote Speaker at the Annual Fall Fundraiser Orange County Mills College Alumnae (OCMCA). Saturday, October 3, 2015.

Speaker at the art exhibit inauguration of the Catalan painter Carme Riera’s Veus del mar (Voices from the Sea) at La Fabriqueta espai d’art i pensament). Caldes d’Estrac (Barcelona), July 4, 2015.

(with Glòria Bordons) “Joan Brossa: relacions amb poetes experimentals internacionals a partir de la seva correspondència.” Panel The Word and the Image (1), June 30, 2015 at the 15th International Colloquium of the North American Catalan Society, Institut d’Estudis Catalans, Barcelona, June 29-30, July 1, 2015.

Guest speaker and lecturer at the Department of Spanish & Linguistics, New Mexico State University (NMSU). March 31, 2014.

Reconsidering Tórtola Valencia and the ‘male gaze’: corporeal utterances and figurations.” at the Conference The Body in Catalan Visual Culture. Action Art, Performance, Dance, Cinema and Plastic and Visual Arts. University College Cork, Ireland, September 5-7, 2013.

A Keynote Speaker at the International Experimental Poetry Conference: Poetics, Critique and Reception celebrated at the Museu d’art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA) on October 25, 26 and 27, 2012. The Conference was organized by the the University of Barcelona, the University of Paris-Sorbonne, the University of Bordeaux III, The University of London, and the Casa Velázquez.

Invited speaker, with Dr. Jean-Marie Gleize, Theoretician of Contemporary Experimental French Poetry (Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon) and Dr. Glòria Bordons, Director of the Joan Brossa Foundation and Professor of Philologyat the University of Barcelona, to a round table about the Catalan Poet and Artist Joan Brossa (1919-1998). Centre d’Estudis i Documentació, MACBA, Barcelona, October 24, 2012.

Book launch of Barcelona: Visual Culture, Space and Power (co-edited with Helena Buffery, University College Cork, Ireland) at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona. Round table with the participation of the artists and writers Antoni Clapés, J.M. Calleja, Gustavo Vega and Xavier Canals. October 24, 2012.

Poetry Workshop at Taller de Creación Poética de Bonsuccés, directed by Gustavo Vega. March 17 and 19, 2012, Barcelona, Spain.

Performance and Poetry Reading (with Gustavo Vega) at “Jo també sóc japonès”, Festa de l’art a les galeries. Galeria Beskoa, Barcelona. June 4, 2011.

Lecture and Poetry Reading: “Words in Flux: How a Poet Plays her Tunes” at the Pomona College’s Oldenborg Center for Modern Languages and International Relations: http://oldenborg.pomona.edu/language-programming/speaker-series/ , sponsored by the International Relations Colloquium, the Latin American Studies Program and the Department of Romance Languages. She also discussed her book, A Mapmaker’s Diary, Selected Poems (White Pine Press, 2007) with Professor Susana Chávez-Silverman’s class SPAN 142 Tropicalizations: Transcultural Representations of Latinidad. Pomona College. March 1, 2011.

Moderator of the panel “Iberian Dialogs” at the conference Iberian Modalities, at Stanford Humanities Center, Stanford University, February 11 and 12, 2011.

“Alejandra Pizarnik e le sue lettere eccezionali.” Convegno Internazionale di Palermo Sull’altra Sponda della notte.” Poesia, bellezza, eros e inquietudine nell’opera letteraria di Alejandra Pizarnik. Ideatore Arturo Donati. Liceo Socio-Psico-Pedagogico-Lingüistico “Danilo Dolci.” Palermo, February 25, 2010.

Panel discussion: No soy tu musa. Antología de poetas irlandesas contemporáneas. Moderators: Antonio Beneyto and Jaime D. Parra. With the participation of Carlota Caulfield and John Goodby. ACEC (Associació Collegial D’Escriptors de Catalunya), Barcelona. March 30, 2009.

Book Launch of No soy tu musa. Antología de poetas irlandesas contemporáneas. Librería Laie, Barcelona. Moderator: Antoni Clapès. With the participation of Carlota Caulfield and John Goodby. March 26, 2009.

Book Launch of No soy tu musa. Antología de poetas irlandesas contemporáneas. With the participation of Carlota Caulfield, John Goodby and the Irish poets Rita Ann Higgins and Paula Meehan. Instituto Cervantes, Dublin, Ireland. March 24, 2009.

Book Launch of No soy tu musa. Antología de poetas irlandesas contemporáneas. With the participation of Carlota Caulfield and John Goodby. Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea, Wales, UK. March 21, 2009.

Book Launch and Signing of No soy tu musa. Antología de poesas irlandesas contemporáneas. Feria del Libro de Madrid. Ediciones Torremozas, 06/07/08.

Book Signing of A Mapmaker’s Diary at Barnes and Noble and at Corbett Center Bookstore, Las Cruces, NM. April 19, 2008.

Presentation of A Mapmaker’s Diary. Bilingual Anthology, Center for Latin American and Border Studies, University of NM, Las Cruces, April 22, 2008.

“Caulfield talks about poetry translation” at Breland Hall, University of New Mexico, Las Cruces, April 22, 2008.

A Mapmaker’s Diary. Book Launch and Bilingual Reading at ALTA (American Literary Translators Association) of at 30 in Dallas. Richardson (Dallas). November 10, 2007.

“Irish in the Americas.” In Crossroads. Irish-American Festival. Koret Auditorium, San Francisco Public Library. Sponsored by the Irish Studies Program, New College of California. March 10, 2007.

“Visual Poetry in Barcelona.” Imagined City Seminar. December 5, 2006. Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of London

“Beyond geographical boundaries: identidad híbrida de la literatura de latinas/latinos en Estados Unidos.”University College London. Department of Spanish and Latin American Studies Research Seminar Programme 2006-2007. October 25, 2006.

“José Angel Valente (1929-2000): selección de su poesía.” Centro Cultural Español de Miami, Coral Gables, Miami. October 30, 2005.

"Three Ways to Play my Tunes," Keynote lecture at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of University Women (AAUW), Santa Rosa, California. April 20, 2002.

"Global Voices of Women," Roundtable discussion. Mills College Women's Leadership Institute/International Women's Week Events. Faculty Lounge / Rothwell Center, Mills College. March 5, 2002.

"Here Comes my Poetry." Lecture and Reading. November 8. Con Cuba en la distancia.Conference. University of Cádiz, Spain. November 5-9, 2001.

"Three Ways to Play my Tunes," Keynote lecture at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of University Women (AAUW), Santa Rosa, California, April 20, 2002.

"Global Voices of Women," Roundtable discussion. Mills College Women's Leadership Institute/International Women's Week Events. March 5, 2002. Faculty Lounge / Rothwell Center, Mills College.

"Here Comes my Poetry." Lecture and Reading. November 8. Con Cuba en la distancia. Conference. University of Cardiz, Spain, November 5-9, 2001.

Visiting Professor at the Faculteit der Letteren, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands, May 19-June 3. Seminar: "Representations of women in Cuban Literature: From Cecilia Valdés to La nada cotidiana."

Rapporteur for "Poetry, Performance and Song." Writing Diasporas. Transnational Imagination/LLEN AR DDISBEROD®¢DYCHYMYG RHYNGWLADOL. Conference, University of Wales, Swansea, September 20-23, 2000.

Guest Lecturer at the Faculteit der Letteren, Rijksuniversiteit, Groningen, Holland, June 5-9, 2000.

"Entre la poesía y la pintura: Pizarnik, Beneyto y Caulfield." Latin American and Modern Hispanic Research Seminar, Department of Hispanic Studies and Centre for Modern European Studies, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London, November 3, 1999.

Guest lecturer. Department of Spanish and Latin American Studies, University College London, November 2-5, 1999.

Guest Lecturer/Poet in Residence. Department of Language and Linguistics and the Department of English, University of New Mexico, Las Cruces, October 17-25, 1999.

"De las poéticas abiertas de posguerra a las propuestas alternativas contamporáneas en Cataluña." Department of Spanish and Portuguese. UC Berkeley. September 3, 1998.

One of four Latino Poets/Writers invited as part of the Spring, 1998, Bilingual Multicultural Poetry Readings/Discussion sponsored by the President's Fund for the Humanities, together with the Departments of Ethnic Studies, Women's Studies and Languages and Cultures, University of Colorado, Colorado Spring, April 27-29, 1998.

"Latina Women Writers in the U.S." Symposium Latinos in the U.S. Middlebury College. April 14-16, 1994.

"La dimensión poética del exilio en la obra de Juana Rosa Pita." Fuera de Cuba / Outside Cuba, a symposium. Rutgers University. October 28-30, 1988.

"La literatura cubana desde una perspectiva feminista." Panel presentation. Rutgers University. October 29, 1988.

"La mujer hispana en el mundo de hoy." Talk given at the Seminar "Frida Kahlo: Vida y obra." Volkshochschule, University of Zürich, Switzerland. June 13, 1988.

Selected Papers and Presentations
Co-organizer/Presenter at Teaching Translation, One day Conference at Mills College. Saturday, November 7, 2015.

“Empremtes: Talking about Catalan Visual Poetry (1980-2000)” at the 2013 North American Catalan Society Coloquium. University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, May 26, 2013.

Guest lecturer at the Facultat de Formació del Professorat, University of Barcelona. She was invited by the Professor and Critic Dr. Lis Costa, a Visual Poetry scholar at the University of Barcelona and member of the research group Poció, Poesia I Educació. October 23, 2012.

Invited Moderator of the panel “Iberian Dialogs” at the conference Iberian Modalities, organized by Professor Joan Ramon Resina, director of the Iberian Studies Program, Stanford University. Stanford Humanities Center, Stanford University, February 11 and 12, 2011.

October 21, 2011, Reading with Mary G. Berg and Angela Mc Ewan (translators) at the 33rd Annual Conference of the American Literary Translators Association (ALTA) in Philadelphia. At the Marriott Hotel, Philadelphia, October 20-23, 2011.

“Visual Poetry of Barcelona: JMCalleja, Gustavo Vega and Xavier Canals.” Contemporary Barcelona: visual cultures, space and power. Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of London. March 15, 2008.

“Current Issues in US Latino Literature.” Round Table Discussion at the Instituto Cervantes, London, October 18, 2007.

“Lectura comentada de Movimientos metálicos para juguetes abandonados.” 14th Annual University of New Mexico at Albuquerque Conference on Ibero-American Culture and Society (Relocations and Translated Identities: Migration, Exile, and Diaspora in the Spanish and Portuguese-Speaking Worlds). February 16-17, 2006.

“Two Cuban poet/translators converse with their U.S. translator/poets: A Taste of Compromise.” ALTA (American Literary Translators Association 27 Annual Conference). University of Nevada, Las Vegas. October 27-30, 2004.

"Mi loco amor por la pintura: alquimia, encuentros casuales y poesía." Panel: Haz de incitaciones: poetas y pintores. II Encuentro Internacional sobre Creación y Exilio: Con Cuba en la distancia. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad de Cádiz Spain. May, 19-23, 2003.

"Here Comes my Poetry." Lecture and Reading. I Encuentro Internacional sobre Creación Exilio: Con Cuba en la distancia. Facultad de Filosofía Letras, Universidad de Cádiz, Spain. November 5-9, 2001.

Chair of Panel "Buñuel in México." Buñuel Centenary Conference, University of Surrey, Roehampton, Queen Mary and Westerfield College (University of London), September 13-16, 2000.

Attended the Conference Cultures of Remembrance, School of Advanced Study, University of London, June 29-July 1st, 2000.

"Autobiography, diasporic identifications and cultural memory in recent Latin American fiction by women." Summer School in Cultural Memory, directed by Jo Lobanyi., Institute of Romance Studies, University of London, June 26-29, 2000.

Attended the workshop "Blacks and National Identity in Nineteenth-Century Latin America Institute of Latin American Studies, University of London." May 26-27, 2000.

"Interactions." Convergences and Interferences. Newness in Intercultural Practices. Writing in the Nineties. Conference, Universityof Antwerp, April 6-8, 2000.

"Tórtola Valencia bajo la mirada de los humoristas españoles y latinoamericanos." Parody, Satire, Irony, Laughter and the Grotesque (Humorism in Latin American, Peninsular, Luso-Brazilian and Chicano literatures). Arizona State University, October 7-9, 1999.

"Corner: on-line journal dedicated to the Avant-Garde." Centre D'Art Santa Mónica, Barcelona. In conjuntion with the exhibition Poesía visual catalana. January 14, 1999.

Alejandra Pizarnik." The Hispanic Woman Writer and Her Fragmented World. George Washington University, Washington DC. October 15-17, 1998.

Transformismo e imaginarios eróticos en el arte de Tórtola Valencia. Imaginarios Femeninos. Arizona State University, September 17-19, 1998.

En el último azul,o la reivindicación de lo diferente." Sephardic Studies Panel. 31st Annual Meeting of the AATSP, Nashville, TN., November 20-23, 1997.

"En el juego de los eslabones se extravió Kozer: bikkuni dialoga con roshi." Simposio sobre José Kozer y Encuentro Internacional de Poesía. UC Irvine. May 2-3, 1997.

"Texturas de caos: las representaciones de la ciudad/el cuerpo en la poesía de Magali Alabau." La CHISPA, Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures. New Orleans, February 27-March 1, 1997.

"Moneda de tres carasde Francisco Hernández o diálogos con la locura: Schumann, Hölderlin y Trakl." Twenty-ninth Annual Meeting of SouthWest Council of Latin American Studies (SCOLAS). Oaxaca, Mexico, March 6-9, 1996.

"Creadores y críticos cubanos en los EEUU.Tecnología interactividad y creación. The 17th Congress of Hispanic Languages and Literatures. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. February 17, 1996.

"Dialogando con la imagen y la memoria." Barnard College. October 20, 1995.

"Dicen que soy... y aseguran que estoyo las aventuras de Melodi: una lectura de Raúl Thomas." Seventy-Seventh Annual Meeting of The American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP). San Diego. August 7-11, 1995.

"La imagen de la ciudad en la poesía contemporánea española y latinoamericana." Chair. Special Session. La CHISPA, Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures. March 2-5, 1995.

"Sátira mordaz y transgresión en textos de José Angel Valente." International Conference on the Hideous and the Sublime. West Georgia College. November 11-13, 1994.

"Música y misticismo en Tres lecciones de tinieblas." Annual Meeting of the Philological Association of the Pacific Coast. San Francisco State University. November 4-6, 1994.

"Ironía punzante, humor negro y visiones surrealistas en la poesía de José Angel Valente." AATSP. Philadelphia, August 7-11, 1994.

"Exilio, subversió e identidad en la poesía de Magali Alabau." Latin America: Approaching the 21st Century, SCOLAS, Guadalajara, México, March 16-18, 1994.

"Rituales de amor/odio en El adefesiode Rafael Alberti." Paper read at Representations of Love and Hate, a conference. West Georgia College. October 22-24, 1993.

"De Crónicas del Caribe a Viajes etruscos: la poesía de Juana Rosa Pita como viaje de descubrimiento." International Conference on the Word and World of Discovery. West Georgia College. October 16-18, 1993.

"El Collage en la poesía de Alejandra Pizarnik." MLA Convention. San Francisco, December 27-30, 1991.

"Mito y fantasía en El conde de Partinuplés de Ana Caro." International Conference on Myth and Fantasy. West Georgia College. Atlanta, Georgia, October 25-27, 1991.

"Entre lo visible y lo invisible: símbolos de San Juan de la Cruz en la poesía de José Angel Valente." Congresso Internazionale di Semiotica del Testo Mistico. L'Aquila, Italy, June 24-30, l99l.

"Words and Images: The Poetic World of Alejandra Pizarnik." International Conference on Surrealism and the Oneiric Process. West Georgia College. Atlanta, Georgia, October 26-28, 1990.

Other Conferences
Academic Symposium: Man Ray–Lee Miller: Partners in Surrealism.” Saturday, > July 14, 2012. Legion of Honor, San Francisco.

Crossing the Atlantic. Catalans in Mexico 1939. Stanford University, October 7, 2011.

LASA (Latin American Studies Association), XXX International Congress, San Francisco, May 23-26, 2012.

“Rediscovering the Americas in a Post-American (?) World.’ 43 Annual Conference of SCOLAS (Southwest Council of Latin American Studies). Santa Fe, New Mexico, March 24-27, 2010.

“The National, Transnational in Hispanic and Latin American Film.” One Day Conference. IGRS, London. June 9, 2007.

”The Cultural Identity of European Cities Lecture Series” Madrid (October 19) and Berlin (November 30, 2006). IGRS.

Seminar “Photography: Theory, Practice and Debate.” Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies (IGRS). October 23, 2006.

”Queering Migrations on Screen.” University of London, September 13, 2006.

III Jornades poéticas de la Asociación Colegial de Escritores de Catalunya: "Rafael Alberti en su centenario," y "Simbolismo y Vanguardia: su actualidad en la poesía española contemporánea." Sala Gaudí, La Pedrera, Barcelona. June 3 y 5, 2003.

"Ideology of Fantasy and the Transformation of a Genre: Magical Realism." SOAS, University of London. November 7-9, 2002.

"Latin American Music Seminar." One day Seminar. The Institute of Latin American Studies, University of London. November 2, 2002.

Conference on "Forgetting." Supported by the British Academy and the Institute of Romance Studies, University of London. July 4-5, 2002.

"Traces, Flashes and Visions in Latin American and Spanish Photography." Supported by the Department of Spanish and Latin American Studies, Birkbeck College, University of London, University of Durham and School of Advanced Studies, University of London. June 6-7, 2002.

"Come, my Beloved: A Symposium on the Song of Songs."UC Berkeley. March 10, 2002.

"The Modern Woman Revisited. Paris Between the Wars." A joint UC Berkeley-Stanford University Symposium. October 27-28, 2001.

Translation at the edge of the word. 23rd annual Conference of The American Literary Translators Association (ALTA). October 18-22. Holiday Inn, San Francisco Financial District. October 18-22.

Web of Life, Web of Knowdledge: Waring Connections in an Interdependent, Interdisciplinary World. Association of Graduate Liberal Studies Programs (AGLSP) Annual Conference. Oakland City, Center Marriott, Oakland. October 12-14, 2000.

Mirror Images: Women, Surrealism, and Self-Representation. Symposium. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. February 20, 1999.

At Mills
Celebrating Faculty Authors, Heller Rare Book Room,  Mills College Olin Library, April 2018.

Faculty Noon Talk: “Barcelona: Visual Culture, Space and Power.” Heller Room, Mills Library, April 23, 2013.

Featured poet at A Multilingual Poetry Reading organized by the Mills College Spanish Language Club La Vida, and with the participation of Members of the Mills Community. at Mills Hall Living Room. April 4, 2013, 2013.

“The Way of St. James: The Historical Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela.” Lecture at Professor Bert Gordon’s class History 169, Men, Women and Travel. September 6, 2012.

Organized and moderated (with Mills students) a Tribute to the Spanish poet Federico García Lorca with students from Art, English and Spanish, Heller Room, Mills Library. November 10, 2010

Presentation of the documentary Lligams, Nexus, ties, bonds, about the Catalan painter Carme Riera, directed by Ona Vega Passola and produced by Carlota Caulfield. March 3, 2010.

Reading. Caulfield was one of the featured Mills Professors (with Metha, Powell and Santana) at Celebrating Writers from Latin America and The Caribbean, organized by The American Association of University Women (AAUW) and Mills College Mujeres Unidas. October 14, 2009.

Lecture and Museum Tour about Cuban Architecture and History at the Opening reception for Vivian Stephenson’s Photo Exhibit “Cuba: Beauty and Decay” at the Mills Art Museum. September 3, 2009.

‘Writing Tórtola Valencia, Spanish Modern Dancer of the belle époque.” Lunch Time Faculty Presentation/Lecture Series. April 15, 2008.

”Jewish Latina and Latin American Jewish Women Writers and the Search for Heritage: Memory and Writing.” Panel: Diasporic Identifications and Cultural Memory (with Professor Beth Pollack, New Mexico State University,, Las Cruces). Kol Isha. Jewish Women’s Voices Unbound. Creativity, Scholarship and Performance. February 26, 2006.

“A Conversation with writer Cristina García.” Concert Hall, Mills College. August 19, 2005.

Global Voices of Women,” Roundtable discussion. Mills College Women’s Leadership Institute/International Women’s Week Events. Faculty Lounge/Rothwell Center, Mills College. March 5, 2002.

"El Camino de Santiago: Past and Present." Lecture at Professor Bert Gordon's class History 169 (269) "Men, Women and Travel: Tourism in Europe since the Renaissance." September 1999.

"Integrating Life and Writing. " Making Tracks, Women of Color Writers Tell It Like It is. Reinhardt Alumnae House. July 11, 1998. One day conference.

"Cuba-Paris in the late 20s and 30s." Given at Steve Ratcliffe's Class Paris in the Twenties. October 16, 1997.

"Cuban Avant-garde and National Identity: Painters and Writers." Given at Tom Strychacz's Class Literature and the Visual Arts. October 9, 1997.

"Cooking the Cuban avant-garde ajiaco (Cuba Stew): polyphony, dissonance, impurity." Faculty Seminar. Academic Forum sponsored by the English Department. April 10, 1997.

"Hispanic Literature in the U.S.: Cuban Writers." Given at Ruth Saxton's Class Contemporary Fiction by Women. March 18, 1997.

"Breaking Down Boundaries: Catalonian Experimental Poetry." Faculty Seminar, Mills College. December 3, 1996.

An Open Panel Discussion on the literature, and the experience of exile (organized by the International Students Association) with H. Mario Cavallari and Brinda Mehta. Mills College. March 13, 1996.

"Tradition and Innovation: The Discourse of Memory." Faculty Seminar, Mills College. March 13, 1996.

"Day of the Dead Celebration" Poems and Slide Presentation (with H. Mario Cavallari). Mills College. November 1st, 1994.

"Existence is a Circle or My Return to Mexico City." Faculty Seminar, Mills College. October 25, 1994.

"Reflections on Latin American Literature," a lecture in celebration of the exhibition "Fifty Years of Twentieth Century Spanish and Latin American Literature. Highlights from the Torres-Rioseco Collection." Heller Room, Olin Library, Mills College. April 10, 1994.

"Voices of Women Poets in Exile." Faculty Seminar, Mills College. November 18, 1993.

"A voyage in a parachute to Venice while watching the sea on stage: Avant-garde poetry in Latin America and Spain." Given at David Bernstein's Class Challenges to Artistic Traditions. Department of Music. November 2, 1993.

"Valuing Individuals = Building Community." Convocation 1993 Discussion groups. Mills College. September 10, 1993.

"Individual approaches to thinking and teaching across cultures and disciplines." Discussion groups. Mills College. May 5, 1993.

"Emigrants and Exiles: The Irish Diaspora in the United States and Latin America." (with Kathleen Noonan). Public Lecture. Mills College. March 16, 1993.

"History as spectacle: Between Memories and Exiles." Given at Ollie Johnson's Class/Latin American Politics Class. Mills College. February 25, 1993.

"The Day of the Dead." A slide lecture (with H. Mario Cavallari) Mills College. October 29, 1992.

"The Teaching of Hispanic Culture to First and Second Year Spanish Classes." Panel. Issues of Diversity: Style and Perspective. Convocation Seminar. September 18, 1992.

Selected Poetry Readings
Celebrate Authors Event. Thomas Branigan Memorial Library, Las Cruces, New Mexikco, September 16, 2018.

Presentation of JJ/CC at the XXXVII Feria Internacional del Libro del Palacio de Minería. México D.F., February 28, 2015.

Presentation of JJ/CC in “La otra esquina de la palabra.” Café Demetrio, Coral Gables, December 19, 2014.

Poetry Reading at Pegasus Books, Downtown Berkeley, Wednesday, October 15, 2014.

Poetry Flash at Diesel: 40th Anniversary White Pine Press Reading with Carlota Caulfield, Gary Young, Mojedh Marashi, Andrew Schelling, Richard Silberg and Dennis Maloney. DIESEL, A Bookstore. Oakland, January 27, 2013.

Poetry Reading at SALA, as part of the North Berkeley Art Walk, February 14, 2012.

FLUX. Poetry reading with Vocal Jazz Improvisation Ensemble, directed by Molly Holm at Littlefield Concert Hall, Mills College. April 30, 2012

The 10th International Multicultural-Multilingual Poetry Reading, organized by the Argentinean poet Nela Rio. Gallery ConneXion, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. March, 2010.

Reading from A Mapmaker’s Diary. At Mrs Dalloway’s, (Bookstore/Berkeley). November 6, 2008.

Reading from A Mapmaker’s Diary. With Mary G. Berg (translator). ALTA (American Literary Translators Association). University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. October 16, 2008.

A Mapmaker’s Diary and other poems. At NOSTROMO, Barcelona, June 5, 2008.

Octavo Recital Poético multicultural y multilingüe. Gallery ConneXion, New Brunswick, Canadá. March, 2008.

Reading and panel discussion at Tan Mortals, Tan Divines II. Dones Creadores. Diàlog entres poesia I arts plastiques/audiovisuals. Centre Cultural La Casa Elizalde, Barcelona. March 31 and 5 of April, 2006. Exhibit from March 21 until April 7, 2006.

May 18, 2005, Reading of Ticket to Ride at La Casa del Libro, San Francisco.

May 2, 2005, Guest Poet/Reading at San Francisco Center for the Book.

Reading and panel discussion at the inauguration of Tan Mortals, Tan Divines. Dones Creadores. Diàlog entres poesia I arts plastiques/audiovisuals. Torre Muntadas, Art Gallery, Prat de Llobregat. February 25, 2005. Exhibit from February 25 until March 25, 2005.

November 12, 2004, Guest poet at New Mexico State University, Las Cruces. Sponsored by La Sociedad de las Artes. Visiting Writer’s Series.

Presentation and book signing of Quincunce / Quincunx, sponsored by the English Department and the Latin American Studies Center of New Mexico State University (NMSU), Las Cruces, Hardman Hall (November 2004).

October 2004, Reading. Marquette University, Milswaukee, Wisconsin

March 11, 2004, Presentation of the anthology The Other Poetry of Barcelona. Spanish and Spanish-American Women Poets.Casa del Llibre. Barcelona.

January 27, 2004, Cafè Suzie, Mills College.

November 14, 2003, (with translator Mary G. Berg) ALTA, American 26th Annual Conference of Literary Translators, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

May 20, 2003, Tres + Tres. Encuentro de Poesía.Presentation and book signing of the Award-Winning Book Movimientos metálicos para juguetes abandonados(First Hispanoamerican Poetry Prize "Dulce María Loynaz" 2002). Casa de América, Madrid.

March 11, 2003, Presentation and Book signing of Las poetas de la búsqueda,anthology of poetry edited by Jaime D. Parra. Presented by José Corredor-Matheos, Raúl Herrero and Jaime D. Parra. Coordination by Rosa Lentini. Casa del Llibre, Barcelona.

November 29, 2002, An Evening of Cuban Poetry. With Jesús J. Barquet. Organized by Stephen Watts. Toynbee Studios, London.

October 11, 2003, Presentation and book signing of the poetry books Autorretrato en ojo ajeno(Betania) and Voces viajera. Poetisas cubanas de hoy(Torremozas). Organized by Editorial Betania and Editorial Torremozas.Fundación Hispano-Cubana. Madrid.

April 25, 2002, Walrus 2002 Publication Party. Mills College.

November 7, 2001, Presentation and book signing of Autorretrato en ojo ajeno,published by Betania of Madrid. Cultural Center PROMACC, Cádiz, Spain.

April 25, 2002, Walrus 2002 Publication Party. Mills College.

November 7, 2001, Presentation and book signing of Autorretrato en ojo ajeno, published by Betania of Madrid. Cultural Center PROMACC, Cádiz, Spain.

April 11, 2001, Walrus Publication Party. Bender Room, Mills College.

March 9, 2001, with John Goodby, Mariahadessa Ekere Tallie and Stephen Ratcliffe. Café Multicultural Valencia, San Francisco.

October 20, 2000, 23nd Annual ALTA (American Literary Translators Association Conference), San Francisco.

June 17, 2000, Ateneu Cient’fic, Literari i Arteistic de Maó, Menorca, Spain.

March 28, 2000, Women's Studies Luncheon, Mills College.

November 3, 1999, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London

November 2, 1999, University College London.

October 23, 1999, Gave Workshop "At Once Separated and Connected, Exiled and at Home." Tumblewords project, Houchen Center, El Paso, Texas.

October 22, 1999, Bridge Center for Contemporary Art, El Paso, Texas.

October 22, 1999, University of Texas, El Paso.

October 21, 1999, University of New Mexico, Las Cruces.

January 11, 1999, With José Kozer, Rudolfo Häsler y Ramón Fernández-Larrea, Centre Cívic Pati Llimona, sponsored by L'Academia Iberoamericana de Poesía, "Cátedra Joan Maragall". Barcelona.

October 17, 1998, With Translator Angela McEwan. George Washington University, Washington D.C.

September 25, 1998, Café Cultural Valencia, San Francisco.

May 28, 1998, With Luis Rodríguez, Cécile Cloutier, Norma Cantú, Beatriz Badikian-Gartier and María Herrera-Sobek. Marie Loke Zaal (University Theatre), Faculty of Arts, University of Groningen, The Netherlands.

May 27, 1998, With Carlos Rodríguez Matos. Presented by John Miller. De Oosterpoort, Groningen, The Netherlands.

May 25, 1998, Hosted by Maria van Daalen, Marie Loke Zaal (University Theatre), Faculty of Arts, University of Groningen, The Netherlands.

April 28, 1998, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.

April 20, 1998, With Salah Guemriche, Arturo Dávila and Salwa Baarma. Carnegie Hall, Mills College.

November 13, 1998, Encuentro de Creación Literaria. Asociación de escritores iberoamericanos. University of California, Davis.

June 16, 1997, Café Central, Barcelona.

May 3, 1997, Encuentro Internacional de Poesía. University of California, Irvine.

November 23, 1999, Miami Book Fair International.

November 18, 1996, With Chana Bloch and others. Mills College.

November 14, 1996, Writers Harvest. Mills College.

October 23, 1996, Modern Times Bookstore.

May 25, 1996, 20 anys de feminisme a Catalunya, Montjuic, INEFC, Barcelona.

May 3, 1996, AWP Benefit Reading, Mills College.

February 16, 1996, Louisiana State University.

January 19, 1996, Café Central, Barcelona.

June 26, 1995, Editorial Betania Publishing House, Madrid.

June 22, 1995, Café Central Publishing House, Barcelona.

May 18, 1995, University of New Mexico, Las Cruces.

April 20, 1995, University of Kentucky, Lexington.

March 3, 1995, Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures

November 16, 1994, Walrus Reading, Mills College.

November 2, 1994, Writer's Harvest: The National Reading, Mills College.

July 5, 1994, El hijo del cuervo, Mexico City.

April 22, 1994, University of Kentucky, Lexington.

April 15, 1994, Middlebury College.

October 5, 1993, Writer's Harvest: The National Reading, Mills College.

July 5, 1993, Baumgarten Studio, Zürich.

April 15, 1993, With Jack andamp; Adelle Foley, Mills College.

March 11, 1993, With Jack andamp; Adelle Foley, The Coffee Mill, Oakland.

October 16, 1988, National Poetry Week, San Francisco.

June 16, 1988, Palazzo Gambacorti, Pisa, Italy.

June 7, 1988, University of Zürich, Switzerland.

December 13, 1987, Larry Blake's, Berkeley.

February 27, 1987, Tulane University.

March 5, 1981, Baumgarten Studio, Zürich.

Publications

Books
Los juguetes de Bertrand / Bertrand’s Toys. Introduction by Antoni Clapés. Barcelona: Onix Editor, Forthcoming in 2019.

Cuaderno Neumeister / The Neumeister Notebook. Limerick, Ireland: hardpressedpoetry, 2016.

Fashionable. A Poet’s Passion for Style. Introduction by Robert Davidson. Translated by Angela McEwan and Carlota Caulfield. Madrid: Torremozas, 2016.

Alfabesi (ABCD ario). Prólogo de Bartolomé Ferrando. Valencia: ediciones canibaal, 2015.

JJ/CC. New Mexico: Ediciones La Mirada, 2015.

Barcelona. Visual Culture, Space and Power, co-edited with Helena Buffery UK: University of Wales Press, 2014. [Second edition in paperback)

Ticket to Ride. Essays and Poems, iBook for the iPad. It is available on the Apple iBookstore, 2013.

Fashionable: una poeta adicta a la moda. Madrid: Torremozas, 2013.

Barcelona: Visual Culture, Space and Power (2011). Co-edited with Helena Buffery. University of Wales Press, June 2012. 

A Mapmaker’s Diary. Selected Poems. Saint Paul, MN: White Pine Press, 2007.

Ticket to Ride. Essays and Poems. Oakland: Hurricane, an imprint of InteliBooks Publishers, 2005.

Quincunce/Quincux. Special Book Supplement of Puerto del Sol, 39.1(2004): 147-206.

The Book of Giulio Camillo/El Libro de Giulio Camillo/Il Libro de Giulio Camillo. Oakland: InteliBooks, 2003.

Movimientos metálicos para juguetes abandonados. Premio Hispanoamericano de Poesía "Dulce María Loynaz" 2002. La Laguna, Tenerife: Gobierno de Canarias, 2003.

At the Paper Gates with Burning Desire. Introduction by Marjorie Agosin. Oakland: InteliBooks, 2001.

Autorretrato en ojo ajeno.Madrid: Betania, 2001.

Book of the XXXIX Steps. A Poetry Game of Discovery and Imagination. CD-Rom for the Apple Macintosh. Oakland: Intelibooks, 1999.

A las puertas del papel con amoroso fuego. Madrid: Torremozas, 1996.

Oscuritá divina. Pisa: Giardini Editori e Stampatori, 1990.

Angel Dust/Polvo de Angel/Polvere D'Angelo. Madrid: Betania, 1990.

Oscuridad divina. Madrid: Betania, 1987.

34th Street and other poems. Introduction by Jack Foley. San Francisco: Eboli Poetry Series, 1987.

El tiempo es una mujer que espera. Madrid: Torremozas, 1986.

Chapbooks, Limited Editions
Poemes. Memòria de la mirada.Traducciò al català: Monatserrat Abellò. Limited edition of 25 copies by the catalan artist Antònia Bové. Barcelona, 2004. Printed in the artist's studio.

Fanaim.San Francisco: El Gato Tuerto, 1984.

Quincunce. Barcelona: Café Central: March 2001.

Libro de los XXXIX escalones/Book of the XXXIX Steps. Tarzara, CA.: Luz Bilingual Publishing, 1997.

Libro de los XXXIX escalones/Libro dei XXXIX gradini. San Francisco-Venice, 1995. Limited edition of 39 copies.

Book of XXXIX Steps, a poetry game of discovery and imagination.Hyperbook for the Macintosh. 5 Diskettes. San Francisco: Intelibooks, 1995.

Estrofas de papel, barro y tinta. Barcelona: Café Central, 1995.

Visual Games for Words andamp; Sounds. Hyperpoems for the Macintosh. Diskette. San Francisco: Intelibooks, 1993.

Sometimes I Call Myself Childhood/A veces me llamo infancia. Miami-Boston: Solar, 1985.

Fanaim. San Francisco: El gato tuerto, 1984.

Translations
Mercedes de Acosta, Imposeída. (55 poemas). Bilingual edition. Madrid: Torremozas, 2018.  (Translation with J.J. Barquet of 55 of de Acosta’s poems from English into Spanish).

Mercedes de Acosta, Imposeída (46 poemas). New Mexico: Ediciones La Mirada, 2016 (Translation with J.J. Barquet of 42 of de Acosta’s poems from English into Spanish).

Scott Duncan, “How My hide Got Color” (Translated into Spanish as “De cómo mi piel tomó su color.”) Revista Canibaal 6 (2016): 62-63. Issue: Carne & Metaliteratura.

A Barbarian in Barcelona (Translation from Spanish of Un bárbaro en Barcelona) by Antonio Beneyto. E-book at HakaBooks e-ditions. Spring 2012. 64 pages.

Antonio Beneyto’s Carta desde el Gótico. Para Patti Smith (Letter from the Gothic. To Patti Smith) Revista Internacional, El perro blanco 11.3. Zaragoza, Spain, 2011. 7.

A Fish Pierced the Moon. Haikus by Gustavo Vega. Translated from Spanish. Ed. La Frontera Transparente, 2009. 

Poems of Eavan Boland, Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill, Rita Ann Higgins, Paula Meehan, Medbh McGuckian, Sara Berkeley and Catherine Walsh in No soy tu musa. Antología de poesas irlandesas contemporáneas. Madrid: Torremozas, 2008.

Poems by Irish Contemporary Women Poets. In No soy tu musa. Anthology of Contemporary Irish Poems. Bilingual Edition. Madrid: Ediciones Torremozas, 2008.

(With Jesús J. Barquet.) “Dossier José Angel Valente. A Selection of his Poetry.”Puerto del Sol 40.2 (2005) 321-357.

“Kodak Ensueño” Poems by Regino E. Boti. In Kindred Spirits. Edited by Stephen Hart. London: Mango Publishing, 2005. 104-113.

(With Stacy McKenna) Poems by Carmen Borja and Gemma Ferròn. 580 Split6. (2004): 28-29.

(With Stacy McKenna) Poems by Neus Aguado, Carmen Borja, Mariana Colomer, Gemma Ferròn, Concha García, Rosa Lentini, Gemma Mañà Delgado, M. Cinta Montagut, Teresa Pascual, Teresa Shaw y Esther Zarraluki. The Other Poetry of Barcelona. Spanish and Spanish-American Women Poets.Corner, An imprint of InteliBooks Publishers, 2004. 208 pages.

(With Angela McEwan) From the Forbidden Garden. Letters from Alejandra Pizarnik to Antonio Beneyto. Bucknell University Press, 2003. 

(In collaboration with Stacy McKenna) Còdols in New York by Antonio Beneyto. Oakland: InteliBooks, 2003.

"Bridget, pronounced 'Breed'" by Jack Foley. Translated into Spanish as "Bridget, pronunciado 'Breed'." AErea.Anuario Hispanoamericano de Poesía [Santiago de Chile] 5 (2002): 233-248.

"On seeing Vermeer's Geographer" by Cecile Pineda. Translated into Spanish as "Al mirar El Geógrafode Vermeer." AErea. Anuario Hispanoamericano de Poesía [Santiago de Chile] 5 (2002):173-176.

Bridget by Jack Foley. Translated by Carlota Caulfield. Plaquette 78. Barcelona: Café Central, 1997.

Frammentiby Luigi Minghetti. Translated from the Italian into Englsih and Spanish. Pisa: Collana Ultimo Novecento, 1997.

Editor
Barcelona: Visual Culture, Space and Power. Co-edited with Helena Buffery. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2012 & 2014.

No soy tu musa. Antología de poetas irlandesas contemporáneas. Co-edited with John Goodby. Madrid: Ediciones Torremozas, 2008.

A Companion to US Latino Literatures, co-edited with Darién J. Davis. Tamesis, UK: 2007.

The Other Poetry of Barcelona. Spanish and Spanish-American Women Poets. Corner, An imprint of InteliBooks Publishers, 2004.

From the Forbidden Garden. Letters from Alejandra Pizarnik to Antonio Beneyto. Bucknell University Press, 2003.

Alejandra Pizarnik. Dos letras.Introducción y notas. Barcelona: March Editor, 2003.

Voces viajeras. Poetisas cubanas de hoy. Introduction. Madrid: Ediciones Torremozas, 2002.

Poetas cubanas (Voces de Hoy).

A Literary Friendship: Letters from Alejandra Pizarnik to Antonio Beneyto. (Translated by Angela McEwan and Carlota Caulfield. Introduction, notes and glossary by C.Caulfield). (Under consideration for publication at the University of Texas Press).

Web of Memories. Interviews with Five Cuban Women Poets.Hot Springs, AR.: Eboli Poetry Series, 1997.

Literary and Cultural Journeys: Selected Letters to Arturo Torres-Rioseco. Co-editor and contributor. Oakland: Center for the Book, 1995.

Annelies Laschitza and Günter Radczun, Rosa Luxemburgo y el movimiento obrero alemán.. Editor of first edition in Spanish. Havana: Editorial de Ciencias Sociales, 1977.

Montesquieu, El espíritu de las leyes. Editor of first completed edition in Spanish. Havana: Editorial de Ciencias Sociales, 1976.

Pablo Lafargue, Textos escogidos. Selection and edition. Havana: Editorial de Ciencias Sociales, 1976.

Karl Marx, Crítica del derecho político hegeliano. Editor. Havana: Editorial de Ciencias Sociales, 1976.

Gian Mario Bravo, Los socialistas anteriores a Marx.3 volumes. Editor (first edition in Spanish). Havana: Editorial de Ciencias Sociales, 1976.

Poems in Anthologies and Literary Magazines
Selección de poemas de Cuaderno Neumeister. FIVE POEMS. ViceVersa Magazine, New York.

“Tamborileo” / “Drum Roll. Canibaal 5: (Fall 2015): 118. Issue dedicated to Jazz & Bookstores.Valencia, Spain.

“Calles de Dublín” / “Dublin Streets,” “Longing” / “Longing,” “Reconocimiento” / “Recognition,” “Arquitecturas de la mente” / “Mental Architectures,” “Mientras traduzco poemas irlandeses” / “While I Translate Irish Poems.” South Street. A Literary Journal 2 (Fall 2015): 37-44.

“Autorretrato en el espejo convexo.” Issue: La pintura escrita. Revista Litoral 258 (2014).
“Mientras traduzco poemas irlandeses,” “El oratorio de Aurelia,” and “Doble Zeroo,” in Ámbitos Feministas. Revista crítica 3.3 (Fall 2013): 211-214.

“Two poems” in William Luis, ed. Looking out, Looking In: Anthology of Latino Poetry. Houston, TX.: Arte Público Press, 2013, pp. 67-68.

“Estudio cromático y otros poemas by Carlota Caulfield.” Resonancias.org (Difunde la literatura y el arte latinoamericanos en la Red). May 3, 2013. 5 pages of poems.

Flashes (Après Reverdy) and other poems. Cerise Press. A Journal of Literature, Arts and Culture 3.7 (Summer 2011): http://www.cerisepress.com/03/07/flashes-after-reverdy

“Autorretrato en un espejo convexo.” Antología de poesía cubana edited by Odette Alonso Valencia: Aduana Vieja, 2011, 64-65.

“Safismos.” Nela Rio, ed. Introduction by Gladys Ilarregui. El espacio no es un vacío, incluye todos los tiempos. Antología Mural y Virtual de Poetas. Toronto: Broken Jaw Press, Fall 2010. 101-103

Selected Poems. Translated into Persian by Moshen Emadi. See Anthology of World Poetry.

Selected Poems

“Para Alejandra Pizarnik” / “Per Alejandra Pizarnik,” “Das harts iz a halber novi,” “Movimientos en prosa para Alejandra Pizarnik” / “Movimenti in prosa per Alejandra Pizarnik,” Palabras para Alejandra Pizarnik. Antologia delle poesie scritte per Alejandra Pizarnik o a lei dedicate. Vol. I. Alessandro Prusso, ed. Genova, Italy: editorialdelo imposible, 2010. 179-194.

Selection of poems translated into Portuguese by Vinícius Lima. Osíris. Revista de Literatura e Arte. Ano I-Ediçäo I. 4 pages of poems.

“Querida Remedios Varo,” Palabras para Alejandra Pizarnik. Antologia delle poesie scritte per Alejandra Pizarnik o a lei dedicate. Vol. II. Alessandro Prusso, ed. Genova, Italy: editorialdeloimposible, 2010.

“Improvisación con agua y corazón.” Homage to the Spanish poet Miguel Hernández. Maricel Mayor Marsán, ed. Miami: Ediciones Baquianas. Fall 2010.

“Safismos.” El espacio no es un vacío, incluye todos los tiempos. Antología Mural y Virtual de Poetas. Nela Rio, ed. Introduction by Gladys Ilarregui. Broken Jaw Press, Fall 2010. Forthcoming.

“Dwellings.” Anthology. The International PEN Club, Writers in Exile. Summer 2010. 14-18.

Siempre la literatura /Always Literature.Voces del Caribe/Caribbean Voices 1.1 (2009). 

“Snapshots.”Dossier (Con gesto de mujer. Abanico de poesía cubana) Videncia. Revista Cultural 16 (mayo-agosto, 2008): 16-17.

Après Reverdy: “Café matutino”, “Rostros,” “Tablero de Damas,” “Sopera antigua,” “Sobres,” “Frutero.” Arenas blancas 9 (Spring 2008): 48-49.

“Siempre la literatura”. Baquiana. Revista literaria. Anuario 8, 2006-2007. 26.

”Para Sabina,” “Brushing of ther Sound,” “Zirk o del paladar, “Raimundus Lullus se pasea…,” “De formas aerodinámicas y espejos de navegantes.” In Stephen A. Sadow, ed. El tiempo y las palabras. Literatura y cultura judía latinoamericana contemporánea / Times and the Words: Contemporary Jewish Latin American Literature and Culture. Hostos Review, 2007. 76-81.

“Siempre la literatura,” “Mientras traduzco poemas irlandeses,” “El funeral,” “Snapshots.” In Revista Literaria Baquiana (8.45-46 (enero-abril, 2007). Baquiana.com

“Tres cuentos chinos/Three Chinese Stories.”In Blue Arc West. An Anthology of California Poets. Paul Suntup, Dima Hilal and Mindy Nettifee, eds. California, Huntington Beach, California: Tebot Bach, 2006. 29-31.

“La danza del Albariño deliciosa es: Tríptico Albar.” Textos (2005): 2.

“Con mi rueca” and “Jan Vermeer.” Sinalefa (May-August 2005): 15.

“De formas aerodinámicas y espejos de navegantes” and “Amach, el maestro Zen y confidente sin par de una poeta llamada Carlota Caulfield.” Tan Mortals, Tan Divines. Edited by Torre Muntadas, Art Gallery. 2005, 21-25.

“Ojo anterios/Ull anterior” and “Mirada escondida/Esguard Escindet,” ALGA 52 (2004): 19.

"La Poésie est comme lui," "Raimundus Lullus goes walking hand in hand with Heather Davis through the gardens of Archduke Luis Salvador," "Zirk or the palate," "Ballet of the Woodpeckers." 580 Split6. 30-33.

"Amach, el maestro Zen y confidente sin par de una poeta llamada Carlota Caulfield." Decir del agua,www.decirdelagua.com. Spring, 2004.

"The Gaze of Memory" Poems in Catalan/Spanish/English. Memòria de la mirada. Catalogue of the exhibition. Obres de Carme Riera i poems de Carlota Caulfield. Galeria Eude, Barcelona, 2004.

"Avidez." Breviario de los sentidos. Poesía erótica escrita por mujeres.Luzmaría Jiménez Faro, ed. Madrid: Torremozas, 2003. 41-42.

"Serial Fugue for a Deep Breath / So Unforgettable Nashville" / "Fuga serial par aliento / So Unforgettable Nashville." So Luminous the Wildflowers.An Anthology of California Poets, Paul Suntup, ed. California, Huntington Beach: Tebot Bach, 2003. 37-40.

"La mente no es más que un mono loco," "Música de órgano oscura y sagrada," "Para Sabina, In Memoriam," "Poemas de El Libro de Giulio Camillo."In Las poetas de la búsqueda,Jaime D. Parra, ed. Zaragoza: Libros del Innombrable, 2002. 51-60.

"La Furia de la Cámara," "Libro de los XXXIX escalones," "Lilith," "San Francisco," "La mente no es mas que un mono loco." In Poesía cubana del siglo XX.Jesús J. Barquet y Norberto Codina, eds. Mexico, D.F.: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2002. 513-517.

"Cuatro poemas chinos." I. Espejo de metal. II. Papalotes como pájaros. III. Yü min o aquellos que vuelan. IV. Tsé-Tsé [Buenos Aires] 11 (2002): 202-203.

"Shofar," "Con mi rueca," "Jan Vermeer Van Delft desenfoca su pintura por un temblor de tierra." In Antología de la poesía cubana.Tomo IV. Siglo XX. Angel Esteban y Alvaro Salvador, eds. Madrid: Verbum, 2002. 415-416.

"Of Aerodynamic Shapes and Navigator's Mirrors." Issue dedicated to Cuban poetry. Andrea O'Reilly Herrera, ed. Sugar Mule (www.marc/weber.com/sugarmule/sm15.thm)15 (December 2002).

"Cuatro poemas chinos," "En la ansiedad de mi ojo, una súbita cesación del tiempo." LiterateWorld (http://literateworld.com/spanish/2002). Issue dedicated to Cuban Literature.

Versiones de poemas eróticos femeninos de China y Japón. In Sentir Visual. Antología de poesía erótica. (http://sentirvisual.com/index)

"En esta hora apaciguada y dulce," and "Tres lindas cubanas." In Palabra Virtual. Antología de poesía hispanoamericana (http://palabravirtual.com/index.ohp) 2002.

"Furia serial para aliento (So Unforgettable, Nashville)"/"Serial Fugue for a Deep Breath (So Unforgettable, Nashville)." Walrus (Spring 2002): 44-49.

"Autorretrato en el espejo convexo," "Canto gregoriano I," "Con mi rueca," and "Aureo ojo el origen." Poes’a 080 Barcelona, 2002. 28-31.

"Furia serial para aliento (So Unforgettable, Nashville)" / "Serial Fugue for a Deep Breath (So Unforgettable, Nashville).'" Walrus (Spring 2002): 44-49.

"Autorretrato en el espejp convexo," "Canto gregoriano I," "Con mi rueca," and "Aureo ojo el origen." Poesía 080 Barcelona,2002. 28-31.

"1403 Pine Street." Arteletraof Mexico 1.2 (2001): 3.

"Oquedad del caracol (soplo divino)." La Gaceta de Cuba4 (2001): 40-42.

"De formas aerodinámicas y espejos de navegantes" / "Of Aerodynamic Shapes and Navigators' Mirrors." Walrus (2001): 120-125.

"Por la viva inquietud de la ciudad." Textos 6.2 (2000): 3-8.

"De formas aerodinámicas y espejos de navegantes" y "Fanfarria para despertad espíritus apolillados." Caribe. Revista de Cultura y Literatura 2.2 (1999): 111-116.

"Nzambi," "Tlazolteotl," "Ixtab," "Doncella Oso," and Mama Quilla." A SouthWest Reader for Intermediate Spanish. Carole Byrd, ed. Wiley Reader, 1999. 29-34.

"Botánica poética. Tres recetas para Animas, Vampiros y otros Idos" / "Poetic Herbarium. Three recipes for Spirits, Vampires and Loonies." Luz en Arte y Literatura 12.12 (1999): 42-43.

"Autorretrato en un espejo convexo." Aleph. Venezuela. Revista de Arte y Literatura 19 (1999): 38.

"Poética "La mente no es mas que un mono loco," "La mano en el aire," "Con mi rueca," "Autorretrato en el espejo convexo," "Aureo ojo el origen," "Música de órgano oscura y sagrada," "En la ansiedad de mi ojo, una súbita cesación del tiempo," "Del libro de Giulio Camillo," "De formas aerodinámicas y espejos de navegantes." La Intercontinental Poética(http://www.intercontinental.org). Revista-archivo internacional de poesía contemporánea. Buenos Aires, 1999. 14 pgs.

"Jan Vermeer Van Delft desenfoca su pintura por un temblor de tierra." Turia (Revista Cultural de Zaragoza, Spain) 46 (1998): 119.

De Quincunce, "Oquedad del caracol (soplo divino)." AErea. Revista Hispanoamericana de Poesía, Santiago de Chile-Buenos Aires 2.II (1998): 332-335.

"Poemas tatuados I y II," "Carta de Lucrezia Borgia a su confesor," "Un día de conversaciones con algunos personajes venecianos," Cantiga 140," "Encerrada en Pastrana en 1585, pienso en ti," "Carta de Camilla de Pisa a Francesco del Nero,"

"Each...," "Carta de una virgen del sol a su amante," "Autorretrato," and "Texturas enviadas a T. vía e-mail." Brújula/Compass30 (Otoño/Fall 1998): 2,14-16.

"Carta de Lucrezia Borgia a su confesor," "Autorretrato," "Reseña," "Carta de una virgen del sol a su amante," and "Shofar." El gran libro de la América judía. Isaac Goldemberg, ed. San Juan: Editorial de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, 1998. 348, 378, 410, 696 and 747.

"Calles de México D.F., 1994" and "Autorretrato en el espejo convexo." Taller de la Hoja 3, Santa Fé de Bogotá, Colombia, 1998. 17-18.

"Exilios: carta inédita de Nora"/"Exiles: Unpublished Letter from Nora," and "Stolen Kisses are the Sweetest," Beacons1997: 14, 15, 52, 53.

"Autorretrato" / "Self-Portrait" Luz en Arte y Literatura10 (1997): 17.

"En el contexto del canto," and "Elegía desde New Orleans," Textos 5.1 (1997): 5,6,7.

"Exodo" and "Un nombre." Estrella del sur4.8 (1997): 12.

"Tres poemas que hablan de la anatomía de un mago," Cuadernos del Matermático (Spain) 18 (May 1997): 45-46.

"Paisajes sin memoria," "Abundante en bálsamos," "Un nombre," "Hacia Sagitario: tríptico con retrato de Cornelius," "Scusami, I Walk Alone," " Más facetas de mi personalidad," "Tarjeta postal marcada urgente," "En Roma," "Veamos el contexto del canto," "Era Ora," "Exodo," "En mi arpa de seda," "En la ciudad, ya anochece," "La palabra, una claridad de tantas cosas," "Première pensée Rose-Croix." and "Bifurcaciones en busca de espacio," Barcarola(Spain) 51-52 (December 1996): 38-42.

"Patio de cuatro habitaciones." Licantropia.Santiago de Chile. Revista de Creación Literaria 6-7 (1996-1997): 32-34.

"Elegía desde New Orleans," Tercer Milenio(Fall 1996): 103-104.

"The Eyes of the Beholder," Poesída. An Anthology of AIDS poetry from the United States, Latin America and Spain. Carlos A. Rodríguez, ed. NewYork: Ollantay Press, 1995. 58-60.

"Por la viva inquietud de la ciudad," Nómada(San Juan, Puerto Rico) 2 (1995): 96-99.

"Letter from a Virgin of the Sun to Her Lover," The Texas Review,Vol. XVI. 1-4 (1995): 111.

"Poetic Explosion," This Far Together. Haight Ashbury Literary Journal.Anthology 1980-1995. 92.

"Poema para trompo y percusión," "Poesía hispano-caribeña eescrita enlos Estados Unidos.Madrid: Fundación Federico García a Lorca, 1995. 29.

"Pentagrama de papel, barro y tinta," "Il Fornaio" "Tríptico escalonado," "Cantos alqu’micos," "Shofar," and "Querida Remedios Varo," in Poesía cubana: la isla entera.Antología. Felipe Lázaro and and Bladimir Zamora, eds. Madrid: Betania, 1995. 235-240.

"Avidez," Más allá de la Isla. Creadores cubanos. Puentelibre2 5/6 (1995) 96.

"Morada," in Hoja de utopía 8 (1995): 11

"Carta de Lucrezia Borgia a su confesor," and "Cantiga 140," in Walrus Literary Review(1995): 17.

"All Know the Story of the Two Lovers" and "Merci Bien, Monsieur" in These are not Sweet Girls. Poetry by Latin American Women.Marjorie Agosín, ed. Fredonia, New York: White Pine Press, 1994. 84-87.

"Landscapes of the Mind" in Bridges to Cuba. Ruth Behar and Juan Leon, eds. Michigan Quarterly Review.Part Two (Fall 1994): 701.

"Bass Drum" in Cuban Writers in the U.S. / Escritores cubanos enlos EE.UU.Lourdes Gil, Guest editor. Brújula/Compass 19 (Primavera/Spring 1994): 23.

"Avidez" and "Morada" in Poesía cubana hoy: por los cuatro rumbos.Alejandro González Acosta, ed. El Centavo 159, Morelia, Michoacán: Instituto Michoacano de Cultura, 1992. 14.

"Stolen Kisses are The Sweetest. Louveciennes, 1932," "Il Faut Faire La Fete," "Zoccoli, esos zapatos tan altos, tan altos...," "Carta de una aclla a su amante," "Castidad maya," and " War Ich Wie Du, Warst Du Wie Ich (Si yo fuera como tú, si tú fueras como yo)" in Diez lámparas frente a un piano de acuarela. Diez poetas jóvenes que inspiran en espanñol.Gustavo A. Calderón, ed. INTI32-33 (Fall 1990-Spring 1991): 210-213.

"La foto que mira" / "The Photo that Watches" in Looking for Home. Women Writing about Exile.Keenan and Roseann Lloyd, eds. Minneapolis: Milkweed Editions, 1990. 116-117.

"Limbo" in Escritores y artistas cubanos en el exilio.Segunda parte. Belkis Cuza Malé, ed. Linden Lane Magazine (January-March 1991): 5.

"Instantánea" and "1403 Pine Street" in Poesía cubana contemporánea: dos visiones. Juan Coronel Rivera, ed. Mexico, D.F.: El Faro, 1990. 17.

"Celebración de otoño," "Con tus brazos a mi alrededor," and "Nosotros" in Luz en arte y literatura 6 (May 1994): 17-19.

"Il Fornaio" and "Con mi rueca" in Tabla de poesía actualI.2 (Fall 1992): 17-18.

"Interior con figuras"/"Interior with Figures," "La foto que mira"/ "The Photo that Watches" in Luz en arte y literatura2 (September 1992): 20-24.

"Nzambi," "Itzpapalotl," "Coatlicue," "Chalchihuitlicue" and "Tlazolteotl" in Olas de Lago. A Multidisciplinary Journal3 (Spring 1990): 81-87.

"Anonymous (To Osip Mandelstam)" and "A Fall Celebration" in Visions26 (1988).

"For my Father" in National Poetry Week II.San Francisco. Festival Folio. Program Guide, 1988. 16.

(Dos X 2)," "Forja" and "Safismos" in La papirola3 (Spring 1988): 48-49.

"A mi gato" and "Morada I" in La Nuez1.1 (January-April 1988): 14.

"And the Rain" in Poetry San Francisco9 (Winter 1987).

"Poetic Explosion" in Haight Ashbury Literary Journal3.2 (1987).

"Merci Bien, Monsieur" in Poetry San Francisco8 (Autumn 1987): 10.

"Poemas muertos de Egipto y Sumeria" (six poems), "Cibeles" and "Echidna" in Lyra1.3 (1988): 4-5.

"La furia de los olores" and "Arcángel púdico" in MelquíadesV (1987): 26-27.

"Self-Portrait with Loose Hair," "Querida Remedios Varo," and "Canto Gregoriano I" in El gato tuerto8 (1987): 3 and 15.

"En la ruta de los argonautas/A Apolonio de Rodas" and "San Francisco" in Melquíadses III (1986): 14-15.

Other poems in Termino Magazine, Códice, Palabras y Papel, Pliegosuelto, Correo Literario, El Universal, and Mia.

Creative Prose
“Sin fronteras; Homenatge a Cafè Central.” Twenty Years of Cafè Central, llibre/catàleg.Barcelona: Cafè Central, 2010. n.p.

“Calzar-se en tiempos de crisis: andantino autobiográfico.” Caribe 11.2 (2008-09): 103-108.

Ticket to Ride: Some Ways to Play my Tunes.Voces del Caribe/Caribbean Voices 1.1 (2009). 

A Taste of my Life.Irish Migration Studies in Latin America. Society for Irish Latin American Studies. Guest Editor: Jorge L. Chinea. Volume 5-Number 3. November 2007.

“Ada Robaina, Genius of the World of Beauty.” Caribe 8.1 (2005): 97-104.

"A Taste of My Life." Bola de mi corazóon, How many Cubans are there of Irish ancestry and The Beatles con mucho ritmo. Caribe 6.1 (2003): 74-78.

"Mi loco amor por la pintura: alquimia, encuentros casuales y poesía." Haz de incitaciones: Poetas y artistas cubanos hablan. Jesús J. Barquet y Maricel Mayor Marsán., eds. Prólogo de Olimpia B. González. 37-46. Miami: Colección Baquiana, 2003.

"Mi loco amor por la pintura: alquimia, encuentros casuales y poesía." Revista Literaria Baquiana(Baquiana.com) 4.19/20 (2002): 4 p.

"Even Names have their Exiles." Essay. Remembering Cuba: The Legacy of a Diaspora.Andrea O'Reilly Herrera, ed. Austin: The University of Texas Press, 2001. 236-241.

"Three Ways to play my tunes." Creative Writing as an Expression of Identity. Essay. Going There. Anthology of Women of Color Writers.Luna Calderón and Minh-Ha Pham, eds. (Submitted)

"From El ratón miquito to Jack Foley: Chorus with multiple tattoos." ANQ(American Notes and Queries). Special issue. Hispanic Writers on American Literature and Culture Volume 10.2 (1997): 24-28.

"Autobiography," Contemporary Authors Autobiography Series.Vol. 25. Shelly Andrews, ed. Detroit-New Yok-Toronto-London: Gale Research,1996-97. 101-117.

"Cuando las sombras huyen" (short story) in El gato tuerto2 (1985): 5.

Author of book column "Reseñas," 1992-95 for Tiempo Latino;"Entrevistas" (Interviews) 1992-96 for Tiempo Latinoand Bohemio News.Book reviews for literary magazine Lateral (Barcelona), 1995-1997.

Critical Essays
“Reflexiones sobre la écfrasis pictórica en la poesía de Alejandra Pizarnik.” La trastienda del lenguaje. Nueve miradas a la escritura de Alejandra Pizarnik. Cristina Piña, ed. Barcelona: March Editor. Pittsburgh, PA: Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana, 2015. 201-218.

“Adentrándose en los espejos de A.B.” in Juan Bravo Castillo and José Manuel Martínez Cano, eds. Beneyto. Hacedor poliédrico (cine-literatura-pintura). Dossier special dedicated to Antonio Beneyto. Barcarola . Revista de Cultura 78 Albacete, Spain, 2012. 93-95.

”Las cartas excepcionales de Alejandra Pizarnik.” Arturo Donati, Emanuele Leonardi, Giovanna Minardi, Assunta Polizzi, eds. En la otra orilla de la noche. En torno a la obra de Alejandra Pizarnik. Rome: Aracne Editrice, 2012. 17-23.

“Breaking Boundaries: A Journey through the Catalan Avant-Garde,” in Helena Buffery and Carlota Caulfield, eds. Barcelona: Visual Culture, Space and Power (2011). Cardiff, Wales, UK: University of Wales Press, 2012. 11-30.

“Cafè Central: a groundbraking independent publishing house in Barcelona,” in Helena Buffery and Carlota Caulfield, eds. Barcelona: Visual Culture, Space and Power (2011). Cardiff, Wales, UK: University of Wales Press, June 2012. 65-70.

“Talking About Visual Poetry: Interviews with J.M. Calleja, Gustavo Vega and Xavier Canals.” in Helena Buffery and Carlota Caulfield, eds. Barcelona: Visual Culture, Space and Power (2011). Cardiff, Wales, UK: University of Wales Press, June 2012. 219-228.

“Toujours Alejandra.” Essay. Antologia delle poesie scritte per Alejandra [Pizarnik] o a lei dedicate. Alessandro Prusso, ed. Genova, Italy: editorialdeloimposible. 275-295.

“Tórtola Valencia bajo la mirada de Carmen de Burgos y Antonio de Hoyos: Moda y tipismo español.” Monographic Review/Revista Monográfica 25 (2010) 120-144.

“Introduction”/ “Introducción” to the catalogue of Cuba: Beauty and Decay. A Photographic Journey. Photographs by Vivian Stephenson. Oakland: Mills College Art Museum. 1-28.

“Juana Rosa Pita” and Alejandra Pizarnik.” Latin American Women Writers: An Encyclopedia, ed. André, María Claudia and Eva Bueno. New York: Routledge, 2008. 407-409, 409-412.

“Alejandra Pizarnik” and “Juana Rosa Pita”. Essays in Latin American Women Writers: An Encyclopedia, ed. André, María Claudia and Eva Bueno. New York: Routledge, 2008.

“US Latina Caribbean Women Poets: An Overview.” A Companion to US Latino Literatures. Tamesis, 2007. 191-207

"En el último azul o la reivindicación de lo diferente." Monographic Review / Revista Monográfica 19(2003-04): 61-80.

"Dicen que soy..., y aseguran que estoyo las aventuras y desventuras de Melodi." In Monographic Review / Revista Monográfica18 (2002):185-204.

"Nueva York en la poesía de Magali Alabau." In La otra orilla del español: las literaturas hispánicas de los Estados Unidos.Julio Ortega, Guest Editor. Insula667-668 (2002): 13-16.

"Cuban Literature and Culture: Critical Junctures." Latin American Research Review37:3 (2002): 231-46.

"Carmen de Burgos," "Princess of Eboli," and "Carmen Tórtola Valencia." In The Feminist Encyclopedia of Spanish Literature. Vols. 1 and 2. Janet Pérez and Maureen Ihrie, eds. Greenwood Press, 2002. 75-78, 203-205, 608-610.

"En el juego de los eslabones se extravió Kozer: bikkuni dialoga con roshi." In La voracidad grafómana: José Kozer. Jacobo Sefamí., ed. Mexico, D.F.: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), 2002. 101-108.

"Alejandra Pizarnik" and "Juana Rosa Pita." In the Encyclopedia of Latin American Women Writers. María Claudia André and Eva Paulino Bueno, eds.

"De Marcel Proust a Kakuzo Okakura: los poemas-objeto y las tertulias imaginarias de la pintora catalana Carme Riera." Agulha (www.revista.agulha.nom.br/ag27capa.htmriera) [São Paulo, Brazil]. Agosto 2002.

"Meditaciones sobre la metálfora del silencio en la obra de José Valente." Silence in Hispanic Literature. Monographic Review /Revista Monográfica 16:(2002): 147-161.

"Cuban Literature and Culture: Critical Junctures." Latin American Research Review 37:3 (2002): 231-46. Forthcoming

"Meditaciones sobre la metáfora del silencio en la obra de José Angel Valente." "Silence in Hispanic Literature." Monographic Review/Revista Monográfica16: (2002): 147-161.

"Alejandra Pizarnik" and Juana Rosa Pita." Entries for The Latin American Feminist Encyclopedia. Eva Paulino Bueno and Ivonne Vailakis, eds. (Greenwood Press, Forthcoming in 2002)

"Textual and Visual Strategies in the World of Remedios Varo." Corner, on-line journal dedicated to the avant-garde (http: //www.cornermag.org). Issue 2: Women Artists andamp; Writers and the Avant-Garde, Spring 1999. 9 pages.

"Carmen Tórtola Valencia (1882-1955)." Corner 2 (Spring 1999): 4 pages.

"Texturas de caos; las representaciones de la ciudad/el cuerpo en la poesía de Magali Alabau" and "Interview with Magali Alabau." Monographic Review / Revista Monográfica. Volume XIII. Canon Formation / Exclusion: Hispanic Women Writers (1997-1998): 380-83, 384-393.

"El homo rodans de Remedios Varo y otros textos para viajeros curiosos." Monographic Review/Revista Monográfica. Volume XII, Hispanic Travel Literature (1997): 144-153.

"Tórtola Valencia." and "Princess of Eboli." Feminist Encyclopedia of Spanish Literature. Janet Pérez, ed. Greenwood Press (Forthcoming in 2001).

"El escritor y su público." Actasdel 17th Congreso of Louisiana State University on Hispanic Languages and Literatures, Baton Rouge 48-50

"Ruptura, irreverencia y memoria en la obra de Juana Rosa Pita." Alba de Américavol 15, Nos. 28-29, (1996-97): 154-164.

"Diálogo de alturas: Vuelo 294 de V’ctor Manuel Mendiola." Alba de América Volume 14. 26-27 (1996): 521-528.

"Micrófono desnudo o una conversación frente al mar." Alba de América 12. 22-23 (1994): 613-19.

"Exilio, subversión e identidad en la poesía de Magali Alabau." Middlebury College Review (Spring 1994): 40-44.

"Canción de la verdad sencilla:Julia de Burgos y su diálogo erótico-místico con la naturaleza." Revista Iberoamericana, 162-63 (1993): 119-126.

"Diálogo teatral entre La guaracha del Macho Camacho y Divinas palabras:perspectiva espertética y convergencia entre los personajes." La Torre(NE) 6.25 (1993): 1-16.

"Entre la poesía y la pintura: elementos surrealistas en Extracciónn de lapiedra de locura y El infierno musical de Alejandra Pizarnik." Chasqui 21.1 (1992): 3-10.

"Amparo Amorós," "Margarita Hickey-Pelizzoni," and "Luisa Castro Legazpi. "An Encyclopedia of Continental WomenWriters.Katherina M. Wilson, ed. Garland Press, 1991. 32, 558-59 and 715.

"Juana Rosa Pita." Dictionary of Twentieth-Century Cuban Literature. Julio Martínez, ed. Greenwood Press, 1990. 370-73.

"Flora Tristán, una revolucionaria contemporánea" Bohemia(April 25, 1980): 86-89.

Book Reviews and Prefaces
“Mercedes de Acosta en traje de poeta.” (with JJ Barquet), Introducción to the first, second and third editions: New Mexico: Ediciones La Mirada, 2016. 7-23; Holguín, Cuba: Ediciones Holguín, 2017. 13-35: Madrid: Torremozas, 2018. 7-26.

Prólogo (Introduction) to Gustavo Vega, OFF-Salón de los rechazados. Colección Pleigos de la Visión nr. 66. Navarrés, Valencia: Babilonia Ediciones, 2015. 5-7. 

“Masks is a 16 Images Words That Starts With the Letter C.” Introduction to J.M. Calleja’s Masks. Forthcoming by Reed Altemus, Fall 2013.

“Proemio: En el centro del Telesterión: Dos mujeres de Magali Alabau.” In Magali Alabau, Dos mujeres. Madrid: Betania, 2011. 7-10.

Rev. of Lee M. Jenkins, The Language of Caribbean Poetry. Boundaries of Expression. (UP of Florida, 2004). Hispania 89.4 (2006): 894-895.

Rev. of Esther Raventós-Pons, Rupturasa espaciales. Palabra e imagen en textos catalanes postfranquistas. (University Press of the South, 2003). Letras Femeninas 32.1 (2006): 361-363.

Rev. of Rafael Hernández Rodríguez, Una poética de la despreocupación: modernidad e identidad en cuatro poetas latinoamericanos. (Editorial Cuarto Propio, 2003). Hispania 88 (2005): 769-770.

Rev. of Kathryn A. Everly, Catalan Women Writers and Artists. Revisionist Views from a Feminist Space (Bucknell UP, 2003). Letras Femeninas 30.1 (2004): 190-193.

Rev. of Ronald J. Friis, José Emilio Pacheco and the Poets of the Shadows (Bucknell UP, 2001). Hispania 87.3 (2004): 490-492.

Rev. of Julio Prieto, Desencuadernados: vanguardias ex-céntricas en el Río de la Plata. Macedonio Fernández y Felisberto Hernández. (Beatriz Viterbo Editora, 2002). Hispania 87.2 (2004): 291-293.

Rev. of Flora González Mandri and Rosamond Rosenmeier, eds., In the Vortex of the Cyclone. Selected Poems by Excilia Saldaña. A Bilingual Edition. (University Press of Florida, 2002). Feministas Unidas 24.1 (2004): 12-13.

Rev. of José B. Alvarez, Contestatory Cuban Short Story of the Revolution (University Press of America). Hispania 87.1 (2004): 75-77.

Preface to From the Forbidden Garden. Letters from Alejandra Pizarnik to Antonio Beneyto.Bucknell University Press, 2003, 13-23.

Preface to Alejandra Pizarnik. Dos Letras. Barcelona: March Editor, 2004. 7-20.

Rev. of Julio Prieto, Desencuadernados: vanguardias ex-céntricas en el Río de la Plata. Macedonio Fernández y Felisberto Hernández.(Beatriz Viterbo Editora, 2002). Forthcoming in Hispania.

Rev. of José B. Alvarez, Contestatory Cuban Short Story of the Revolution(University Press of America) Hispania87.1 (2004): 75-77.

Rev. of Jaime D. Parra, El poeta y sus símbolos Variaciones sobre Juan Eduardo Cirlot.(Ediciones del Bronce, 2001) Hispania 86.1 (2003): 50-51.

Rev. of Elizabeth Coonrod Martínez, Before the Boom: Latin American Revolutionary Novels of the 1920s.(University Press of America, 2001) Hispania85.1 (2002): 83-84.

Rev. of James H. Hoddie, El contraste en la obra de Ramón Gómez de la Serna.(Editorial Pliego, 1999) Hispania84.4 (2001): 797-798.

Rev. of Elizabeth Coonrod Martínez, Before the Boom: Latin American Revolutionary Novels of the 1920s.(University Press of America, 2001) Corner 5 (Fall 2001-Spring 2002).

Rev. of Jaime D. Parra, El poeta y sus símbolos. Variaciones sobre Juan Eduardo Cirlot.(Ediciones del Bronce, 2001) Corner 5 (Fall 2001-Spring 2002).

Rev. of Elizabeth Coonrod Martínez, Before the Boom: Latin American Revolutionary Novels of the 1920s.University Press of America. January 2001. See http://www.univpress.com/Catalog

Rev. of Phyllis Zatlin, The Novels and Plays of Eduardo Manet: An Adventure in Multiculturalism.(Pennsylvania State UP, 1999) Hispania 83.4 (2000): 817-818.

Rev. of Miguel Angel Zapata, ed. Metáfora de la experiencia: la poesía de Antonio Cisneros.(Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, 199 Hispania 83.3 (2000): 474-475.

Rev. of Frances R. Aparicio and Susan Chávez-Silverman, eds., Tropicalization. Transcultural Representations of Latinidad (University Press of New England, 1997) Hispania 82.4 (1999): 777-778.

Rev. of Joan Ramon Resina, ed. El aeroplano y la estrella: El movimiento de vanguardia en los Países Catalanes (1904-1936). (Ediciones Rodopi B.V., 1997). Hispania 82.3 (1999): 489-491.

Rev. of María Alejandra Zanetta, La pintura y la prosa de Santiago Rusiñol: un estudio comparativo.(Universitas Castellae, 1997). Hispania 82.2 (1999): 256-257.

Rev. of Florida Alzaga, La Avellaneda: Intensidad y Vanguardia (Ediciones Universal, 1997). Hispania 81.4 (1998): 875-876.

Rev. of Charles A. Perrone, Seven Faces. Brazilian Poetry since Modernismo. (Duke UP, 1996), 234 pp.) Hispania 81.3 (1998): 563-564.

Rev. of En el último azulde Carme Riera. Lateral, 25 (1997): 22.

Rev. of El fin de la edad de platade José Angel Valente. Lateral 16 (1996): 17-18.

"Libros y publicaciones periódicas de México". Tiempo Latino, July 1994, 7.

"Proyectura de Rafael Bordao." Brújula/Compass (Summer 1988): 9.

"Invitación a la escena: Una nota para la lectura de la poesía de René Ariza." Invitation to performance: Some notes on reading the poetry of René Ariza." Escrito hasta en los bordes. Written Even in the Margins.San Francisco: Editorial Ibarra Brothers, 1993. 1-3.

Journalistic Interviews/Essays
es +, o viceversa: Gustavo Vega, artista, filósofo y teórico de la poesía visual.” C.P.V. Revista electrónica sobre poesía visual. February 2009.

“-es +, o viceversa: Gustavo Vega, artista, filósofo y teórico de la poesía visual”. Agulha. Revista de Cultura #58, julio/agosto 2007. 

“La historia como ficción, o la ficción como historia?: Una entrevista a Servando González.” Caribe 8.1 (2005): 65-72.

“Leaving. An Interview with Sergio Waisman.” Bohemio News. San Francisco (May 20, 2005): 11.

“Entrevista con Rodolfo Häsler." Brújula / Compass 1.15 (2004). Web Newsletter of the Latin American Writers Institute of New York.

"De manos versadas en objetos / Hands versed in Objects." Gladys Triana, cada vez, es ahora / every time, is now.Buenos Aires: Centro Cultural Recoleta, 2003. 3-4.

"Los Naufragios de Jesús J, Barquet." Interview. El Bohemio News (2 de octubre de 2001): 8.

"Entrevista con la poeta y editora argentina Verónica Miranda." El Bohemio News (24 de enero del 2001): 12-13.

"Suite de Barcelona-San Francisco. Entrevista con el poeta cubano Rodolfo Häsler. "El Bohemio News.Literatura (21 de junio del 2000): 8.

"Noticias Literarias y Lista de Libros para provocar sueños poéticos." Arte y Literatura. El Bohemio News (3 de marzo de 1999): 9.

"Euforia infantil, exaltación del azar, ternuras sorprendentes: La poética surreal de Antonio Beneyto." Arte y Literatura. El Bohemio News (17 de diciembre de 1997): 8.

"Antoni Clapés y su Café Central," El Bohemia News (31 de enero de 1996): 5B.

"Diálogo de alturas: Vuelo 294 de Víctor Manuel Mendiola," El Bohemio News (27 de septiembre de 1995) 6B.

"Nuevo encuentro con la escuela del muralismo mexicano/ Una entrevista con José Manuel Galindo" El Bohemio New (23 de noviembre de 1994): 3B

"En El hijo del cuervo: Una entrevista con Pablo Boullosa." Tiempo Latino (14 de septiembre de 1994): 6.

"Presencia viva de la poesía: barroco de frutas confitadas y ruido de sueños." Tiempo Latin (24 de agosto de 1994): 6.

"La hora del poema: dibujos verbales, invenciones sonoras y periplos de la mirada." Entrevista con el poeta peruano Miguel Angel Zapata. Tiempo Latino (22 de junio de 1994): 7.

"La nueva narrativa mexicana o las aventuras y desventuras de Melodi: Una entrevista con Raúl Thomas." Tiempo Latino (6 de abril de 1994): 7.

"Exploración en las fuentes de la música afrocubana." Entrevista con Rebeca Mauleón. Tiempo Latino (26 de enero de 1994): 8.

"Artes populares e imágenes de México a Perú." Entrevista con Katherine Crum. Tiempo Latino (17 de noviembre de 1993): 6.

"Bordando el jardín de las acuarelas." Una entrevista con la pintora Sabine Le Blanc. Tiempo Latino (13 de octubre de 1993): 6.

"De la casa de Bernarda Alba a The Brides of Bernarda." Tiempo Latino (22 de septiembre de 1993): 1-4.

"De pasiones detectivescas, salpicaduras lúdicas y vórtices táctiles." Entrevista con el escritor español Raúl Guerra Garrido. Tiempo Latino (11 de agosto de 1993): 8.

"El retorno de Cortázar: a los 30 años de Rayuela." Entrevista con H. Mario Cavallari. Tiempo Latino (7 de julio de 1993): 6.

"Peregrinaciones y ceremonias lúdicas de Terence Clarke." Entrevista. Tiempo Latino (16 de junio de 1993): 5.

"El realismo mágico en un universo de sonidos." Entrevista con el compositor mexicano Guillermo Galindo. Tiempo Latino (12 de mayo de 1993): 6.

"Sonidos y voces desde un jardín-laboratorio." Entrevista con Alvin Curran. Tiempo Latino (17 de marzo de 1993): 8.

"Las vibrantes acuarelas de Sabine Le Blanc." Tiempo Latino (13 de abril de 1988): 12A.

Works as Editor
CORNER, an on-line journal dedicated to the avant-garde. (http://www.cornermag.org) Five issues: Fall 1998 "Catalan Avant-Garde/Vanguardia Catalana"; Spring 1999 "Women Artists andamp; Writers and the Avant Garde"; Fall 1999-Spring "John Cage and the Avant-Garde: the U.S. and Catalonia"; Fall 2000 "Hispanic and Brazilian Contemporary Cinema"; Fall 2001-Spring 2002 "Art, Experimental Poetry, Literary Criticism andamp; the Aesthetics of Writing"; Fall 2001-Spring 2002 "Art, Experimental Poetry, Literary Criticism andamp; the Aesthetics of Experimental Writing."

International Poetry Page in the Net: (http://www.intelinet.org/eboli) Authors: Kozer, Barquet, Vitale, Futoransky, Islas, Alabau, Clapés et al.

Presentation of Cuban Poetry/Presentación de poesía cubana.Selection and Introduction (with Rodolfo Häsler). Luz en Arte y Literatura 12.12 (1999): 59-80.

Collaboration (with Cuban recipe) in Cocina y comidas hispanas, Magdalena Andrade, Jeanne Egasse et al., eds. McGraw-Hill College, 1999.

Designer (with Servando González) of Daily Zen: Wit and Wisdom of the Ancient Zen Masters.HyperZen for the Macintosh, 1995.

"Voices of Three Cuban Women in Exile. Magali Alabau, Lourdes Gil and Juana Rosa Pita." (Interviews and Poetry Selection) El gato tuerto 12 (1990): 1-10.

"Poesía argentina. Poesía italiana. Poesía Poesía." El gato tuert 10 (1988): 1-16.

La joven poesía mexicana." El gato tuerto 9 (1987): 1-16.

"Hispanic Women Poets and Writers in the United States." El gato tuerto 8 (1987): 1-6.

Interviews with Carlota Caulfield
Interview with Carlota Caulfield: Poet, Writer, Editor, Literary Translator and Scholar, by Stacy MacKenna. Intercambios 21. 1. 2017

Stacy McKenna, “Interview with Carlota Caulfield: Poet, Writer, Editor, Literary Translator and Scholar” Intralingo.com. March 22, 2016.

Mary G. Berg, “The Multiple Poetic Cartographies of Carlota Caulfield.” Cerise Press 3.7 (Summer 2011).

Shaindel Beers (with Mary G. Berg) about A Mapmaker’s Diary in Translated by Shaindel Beers. Blogtalkradio/January 22, 2009, 3 p.m.

Armando Chávez Rivera, “Carlota Caulfield. Mujer duplex.” Cuba per se. Cartas de la diáspora. Cincuenta escritores cubanos responden sobre su vida fuera de la Isla. Miami: Ediciones Universal, 2009. 123-135

Maricel Mayor Marsán. Entrevista a Carlota Caulfield. La poeta en tránsito perpetuo. Baquiana. Revista literaria. Anuario IX (2007-2008):153-162.

Aimée G. Bolaños. “La poesía, terra incognita.” Entrevista con Carlota Caulfield. Poesía insular de signo infinito. Una lectura de poetas cubanas de la diáspora. Madrid: Betania, 2008. 143-149.

Augusto Conde, “With Carlota Caulfield.” Radio Interview at KWMR, Point Reyes Station, California. March 9, 2007.

Featured guest at the program Al Mediodía of TELEMUNDO, Channel 48. May 5, 2005.

Aimée G. Bolaños, “Conversando con Carlota Caulfield.” Caribe 6.2 (2003-2004): 84-87.

María Esther Maciel, "Maqueta para un Teatro de la Memoria." Entrevista con Carlota Caulfield. Mar Picado. Brandamp;ujula/Compass1.10 (2004). Newsletter of the Latin American Writers Institute Eugenio Marí de Hostos Community College of CUNY.

Armando Chávez "Entrevista con Carlota Caulfield," Isla de promisión. Forthcoming in 2005.

María Esther Maciel, "Corner. Diálogo entre Carlota Caulfield andamp; María Esther Maciel." Agulha 35.Revista de Cultura. Brasil, 2003. 

with Tobías Winklemann, De la estética de la Macintosh: el Visual Games for Words andamp; Sounds (Juegos visuales para sonidos y palabras) de Carlota Caulfield." Una entrevista. Agulha, revista de cultura #11, Sao Paulo, Brazil, April 2001. (http://www.secrel.com.br/poesia/ag11caulfield.htm)

with Jack Foley, Cover to Cover, KPFA-FM 94, Berkeley, 3 July 1996.

with Pilar Sampietro, Lluny de Manhattan, Radio 4, Barcelona, January 18, 1996.

Tobías Wincklemann, "Juegos visuales para sonidos y palabras de Carlota Caulfield. Una entrevista." Tiempo Latino (10 de agosto de 1994): 7.

Carla Dole, "Carlota Caulfield finds niche at Mills." Features. The Mills College Weekly. March 25, 1993.

"Carlota Caulfield talks with Jack Foley," KPFA-FM 94, Berkeley, January 14, 1990.

Judson Jerome, "Close-up." Poet's Market '89, 116-117.

José M. Catalá."El tiempo es una mujer que espera." El gato tuerto 6, otoño/invierno1986: 8-9.

Essays and Notes about Carlota Caulfield
Patricia Montilla, “Teatralidad y poetización de la memoria en el Libro de Giulio Camillo de Carlota Caulfield.” Baquiana 18. Revista Literaria, 2017.145-154.

Yvette Fuentes de la Paz, “A las puertas del papel con amoroso fuego.” Obras y personajes de la literatura cubana. Tomo 1, A-M. Zaida Capote Cruz et al, eds. La Habana: Letras Cubanas, 2016. 12-13.

Yoandy Cabrera, “JJ/CC: El Manso desafío del espacio y las palabras.” Baquiana Revista Literaria. Anuario XVI (2014-2015): 47-58.

Yoandy Cabrera, “JJ/CC: El manso desafío del espacio y las palabras.” Baquiana. Revista Literaria 16 (2014-2015): 47-58.

Antonio Beneyto y Jaime D. Parra, “Moda, literature y arte: Carlota Caulfield.” Baquiana. Revista Literaria. Anuario 15 (2013-2014): 45-52. [Published also in Baquiana]

Jordi Cornella-Detrell, review of Barcelona: Visual Culture, Space and Power. Ed. by Helena Buffery and Carlota Caulfield. University of Wales Press, 2012. 255 pp. Modern Language Review 110. 1 (2015): 278-281

Teresa Dovalpage, “Carlota Caulfield y la fascinación irresistible de la moda.” Review Fashionable. Una poeta adicta a la moda. SUB URBANO. Revista Cultural 06/17/2013 http://sub-urbano.com/carlota-caulfield-y-la-fascinacion-irresistible-de-la-moda/

Raúl Guerra Garrido, “Boticas blancas con cascabeles.” Review. Fashionable. Una poeta adicta a la moda. Tertulia de rebotica 487 (April 2013), elfarmaceutico.es/numeros-el-farmaceutico/

Jack Foley, “Carlota Caulfield.” Visions and Affiliations. A California Literary Timeline. Poets and Poetry 1940-2005. Part Two: 1980-2005. Oakland: Pantograph Press, 2011. 82-83.

Fernando “Fernán” Hernández, “Carlota Caulfield.” The Cubans. Our Legacy in the United States. Mountain View: Floricanto, 2012. 87-88.

Leonora Simonovis, Review of A Mapmaker’s Diary. Selected Poems. Letras Femeninas 25.1 (2009): 375.

Beth Pollack, Review of A Mapmaker’s Diary. Selected Poems. Feministas Unidas 29.1 (2009): 22-23.

Patricia Montilla, Review of Ticket to Ride. Essays and Poems. Caribe 10.2 (2007-2008): 179-182.

Rafael E. Saumell-Muñoz, “Carlota Caulfield.” Latin American Women Writers: An Encyclopedia. María Claudia André and Eva Bueno, eds. 113-114.

Lon Pearson. Rev. of Carlota Caulfield’s A Mapmaker’s Diary (Buffalo, NY: White Pine Press, 2007) Chasqui; revista de literatura latinoamericana 37. 2 (2008): 154-156.

Aimée G. Bolaños. “Cartografías de Carlota Caulfield.” Poesía insular de signo infinito. Una lectura de poetas cubanas de la diáspora. Madrid: Betania, 2008. 89-114.

Tomás Ramos, “Poeta en viaje. La poesía en tránsito de Carlota Caulfield.” Arenas blancas. Revista literaria 9 (Spring 2008): 45- 47.

Jorge De Arco. “Poesía femenina irlandesa.” Rev. of No soy tu musa. Antología de poetas irlandesas contemporáneas. Eds. Carlota Caulfield and John Goodby. Granada Costa 361 (2009): s.p.

Jaime Siles. Rev. of No soy tu musa. Antología de poetas irlandesas contemporáneas. Eds. Carlota Caulfield and John Goodby. ABC 863 (16-22 August, 2008): 19.

Eduardo González. Rev. of A Companion to US Latino Literatures. Eds. Carlota Caulfield and Darién J. Davis. The Americas 64.4 (2008): 620-622.

Crescencio López. Rev. of A Companion to US Latino Literatures. Eds. Carlota Caulfield and Darién J. Davis. Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 11 (2007): 247-249.

Efraín Barradas. Rev. of A Companion to US Latino Literatures. Carlota Caulfield and Darién J. Davis, eds. Latino (a) Research Review 6.3 (2007-2008): 125-127.

Beth Pollack, “Los mapas cambiates de la poesía. A Mapmaker’s Diary de Carlota Caulfield”. Decir del Agua, Segundo Ciclo. Séptima entrega. Julio de 2008.

Maricel Mayor Marsán. Entrevista a Carlota Caulfield (La poeta en tránsito perpetuo). Revista Literaria Baquiana IX.51-52. 

Lydia Gil, “Ticket to Ride by Carlota Caulfield.” Feministas Unidas 26.1 (2006): 8-9.

Patricia Montilla, Carlota Caulfield’s Voces Viajeras.” Caribe 8.2 (2005-06): 166-168.

Lydia Gil, “Carlota Caulfield publica singular volumen de memorias.” Sun-Sentinel (November 30, 2005).

Margaret Parker, “Carlota Caulfield’s Voces Viajeras.” Hispania 88 (2005) 131-132.

Candelas Gala, “Carlota Caulfield and Jaime D, Parra,’s The Other Poetry of Barcelona.” Letras Femeninas 31.2 (2005): 192-194.

Aimée G. Bolaños, “Dulce María Loynaz y Carlota Caulfield escriben cartas de amor: hacia una literatura insular de signo infinito.” Caribe 6.2 (2003-2004): 65-83.

Olga Spiegel, "Memòria de la mirada." La Vanguardia. Cultura (Sábado 27 marzo 2004): 38.

Josep M. Cadena, "De la simple visió al tot de la mirada." Exposcicions. El Periódico(26 de març 2004): 20.

Mireia Guillaumes, "Riera i Caulfield despullen la mirada." Bonart(març 2004): 49.

José Corredor Matheos, "La mirada de la memòia la mirada de la memoria / the gaze of memory." Catálogo de Memòria de la mirada. Obres de Carme Riera i poemes de Carlota Cualfield. Exposició del 10 de març al 17 abril de 2004. Galeria EUDE, Barcelona. 3-8.

Jaime D. Parra, "Movimientos metálicos para juguetes abandonados." Caribe. Revista de Cultura y Literatura 6.1 (2003): 140-142.

Joaquín Marco, Review of Dos Letras.Edited by Carlota Caulfield. Madrid: El Cultural (25-9-2003): 22.

Blas Matamoro, "Alejandra de cerca" Review of Dos Letras. Edición Carlota Caulfield. Madrid: Blanco y Negro Cultural (12-7-2003): 21.

Javier Rodríguez Marcos, "Cartas nocturnas." Review of Dos Letras. Babelia, Suplemento Cultural de El País (sábado 5 julio 2003): 9.

Angel Rodríguez Abad, Rev. of Autorretrato en ojo ajeno. Revista Hispano Cubana15 (2003): 191-192.

Jaime D. Parra, "La poesía otra de Barcelona" y "Poética de la búsqueda" In Místicos y heterodoxos. Barcelona: March Editor, 2003. 153-179, 181-196

Antonia de Pons, "Primer Premio de Poesía Dulce María Loynaz a Carlota Caulfield, escritora cubana residente en el Bay Area." Bohemio News[San Francisco] (5-11 de febrero del 2003): p.8.

Ester Gimbernat González, Rev. of Voces viajeras. Poetisas cubanas de hoy. Feministas Unidas Newsletter 22.2 (2002): 20.

Héctor Mario Cavallari, Rev. of Autorretrato en ojo ajeno. Caribe 4-5 (2001-2002):143-149.

Patricia M. Montilla, Rev. of At the Paper Gates with Burning Desire. Caribe 4-5 (2001-2002):161-165.

Rev. of Voces viajeras. Poetisas cubanas de hoy. Diario de Córdoba October 3, 2002.

Juan Cobos Wilkins, Rev. of Voces viajeras. Poetisas cubanas de hoy. Babelia.Suplemento Cultural de El País. Sábado 8 de junio de 2002): 10.

Graciela Silva-Rodríguez, Rev. of Autorretrato en ojo ajeno. Feministas unidas 22.1 (2002): 17-18.

Madeline Cámara, "Autorretrato con Carlota Caulfield," El Nuevo Herald(Domingo, 20 de enero del 2002): 3E.

Jaime D. Parra, "Poesía en Anolecrab. Poetas en la Barcelona de entre siglos," Corner 5 (Fall 2001-Spring 2002): 6 pages. http://www.cornermag.org/corner05/page03.htm

Carlos Espinosa Rodríguez, El peregrino en comarca ajena. Boulder, Colorado: University of Colorado at Boulder, 2001: 130, 177-79, 337, 339.

Rodolfo Häsler. Rev. of Quincunce. Lateral (marzo de 2001): 24-25

Revista Agulha (Brazil), 

Banda Hispanica

Jesús J. Barquet, "Lo cubano en la poesía de Carlota Caulfield: Una poética en busca de su autora." Banda Hispanica, Jornal de Poesia, Brazil, May 2001. http://www.secrel.com.br/jpoesia/bhcaulfield1.htm

Escrituras poéticas de una nación: Dulce María Loynaz, Juana Rosa Pita y Carlota Caulfield. Premio "Lourdes Casal" de Crítica Literaria, La Habana, 1998. La Habana: Ediciones Unión, 1999.

"Lo cubano en la poesía de Carlota Caulfield." Paper presented at the Louisiana Conference on Hispanic Languages and Literatures (LA CHISPA), sponsored by Tulane University, New Orleans, February 27, 1999.

Jesús J. Barquet, "Lo cubano en la poesia de Carlota Caulfield: Una Poética en busca de su autora" Amales Literarios 2.II (1998): 139-149

Alejandro González Acosta, "Carlota Caulfield: A las puertas del papel con amoroso fuego," Rev.Sábado.Suplemento de unomásuno. Mexico D.F. (7 de diciembre de 1996): 1001.

Rodolfo Häsler, Rev. of A las puertas del papel con amoroso fuego. Lateral (Noviembre de 1996): 21

Alejandro González Acosta, "Epistolario... Gesto cordial en tiempos difíciles, "Rev.Literary and Cultural Journeys. Selected Letters to Arturo Torres-Ríoseco. Sábado. Suplemento de unomásuno. Mexico D.F. (27 de julio de 1996): 982

Marjorie Agosin, " A las puertas de la poesía de Carlota Caulfield," Introduction to A las puertas del papel con amoroso fuego. Madrid: Torremozas, 1996. 9-12.

Maria Archuleta, "Carlota Caulfield's Hyperpoetry, Audience Participation Required," The Meg Quigley Women's Studies Newsletter, Spring 1996: 1-2.

María Jesús Mayans Natal, "La poesía de Carlota Caulfield o el lenguaje de la postmodernidad." Explicación de Textos Literarios. Escritoras del mundo de habla hispana. Vol. 24, 1-2 (1995-96): 123-135.

Yolanda Westphalen, "El tríptico de Carlota Caulfield." El Dominical, Lima, Perú (1 de octubre de 1995): 10.

Jesús J. Barquet, "Confluencias dentro de la poesía cubana posterior a 1959." Lo que no se ha dicho. Pedro R. Monge Rafuls, ed. New York: Ollantay Press, 1994. 155-172.

Erin Merk, "Carlota Caulfield: A Poet for All Seasons." Walrus Review (November 1994): 1.

Erin Merk, "Walrus reading to feature award-winning poet, Mills College Professor Carlota Caulfield." The Mills Weekly (November 11, 1994): 7.

Miguel Angel Zapata, "Breve lectura de la poesía de Carlota Caulfield" Middlebury College Review (Spring 1994): 62-64.

"De visita en México, la escritora Carlota Caulfield. Hace poesía basada en el budismo," by Lucía Carrasco. Reforma (jueves 7 de julio de 1994): 11D.

Manuel Quiroga Clérigo, "Voces de Hispanoamérica en Torremozas." Y vamos haciendo camino. Madrid: Torremozas, 1993. 31-36.

"La poeta Carlota Caulfield, Mención de Poesía, Premio Plural 1992," Tiempo Latino, San Francisco, 24 de febrero de 1993. 8

Renata Giambene, "Oscurità divina di Carlota Caulfield." La Pagina (Settembre/Ottobre, 1992): 1.

Pietro Civitareale, "Notizia." Polvere d'angelo. Madrid: Betania, 1990. 45-50.

Miguel Angel Zapata, "Introducción." Polvo de ángel. Madrid: Betania, 1990. 27.

Neria De Giovanni, "34th Street and other poems." Salpare 4 (Aprile-Maggio 1989): 7.

Librada Hernández, "Oscuridad divina" and "34th Street and other poems." The Americas Review V (Fall-Winter 1989):187-189.

María Jesús Mayans Natal, "El tiempo es una mujer que espera." Alba de América 10-11 (1988): 361-362.

Elías Miguel Muñoz, Desde esta orilla: poesía cubana del exilio. Madrid: Editorial Betania, 1988. 13-14, 30, 40-44.

Peter Bloch, "Oscuridad divina." Canales Magazine (Arts Close-Up), September 1988.

Review of 34th Street and other poems. Z Miscellaneous 2.1 (January 1988):107.

Jack Foley, "34th Street and other poems." Linden Lane Magazine VI.4 (October/December 1987):27.

Armando Alvarez Bravo, "El poema como iluminación súbita." El Nuevo Herald, domingo 27 de marzo de 1988: 6C.

"34th Street and other poems." Chimera Connections II.2 (Fall-Winter 1987): 19-20.

Peter Bloch, "34th Street." Canales Magazine (Arts Close-Up), October 1987.

Jack Foley, "Preface" to 34th Street and other poems. San Francisco: Eboli Poetry Series, 1987. 9-12.

Peter Bloch, "El tiempo es una mujer que espera." Canales Magazine (Arts Close-Up), June 1987.

Francisco Javier Satué, "La anatomía del deseo." Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos 444 (junio 1987): 163-168.

Alberto Jiménez Ure, "Para leer a Carlota." El Universal, Caracas, Venezuela, domingo 17 de mayo de 1987: 4-3.

"Caulfield: Una poetisa en San Francisco." El Universal, domingo 26 de octubre de 1986.

Rafael Bordao, "Brevísimo comentario del libro El tiempo es una mujer que espera de la joven poeta cubana Carlota Caulfield." El gato tuerto (otoño- invierno 1986): 6.

Juana Rosa Pita, "Prólogo." Oscuridad divina. Madrid: Editorial Betania, 1987. 7-8.

Renata Giambene, "La Oscuridad divina de Carlota Caulfield." El gato tuerto (primavera 1986): 10.

Marcos Nelson, "Viviendo la poesía." Mundo Latino, San Francisco, miércoles 23 de noviembre de 1983: 11B.

Who's who in U.S. Writers, Editors andamp; Poets. Second Edition December Press, 1988. 104.

Diccionario biográfico de poetas cubanos en el exilio. Newark, N.J.: Ediciones Q- 21, 1988. 48-49.

Directory of International Writers and Artists. Boulder, Colorado: University of Colorado, 1987. 37.

Cuban Exile Writers. A Bibliographic Handbook. Metuchen N.J. andamp; London: The Scarecrow Press,1986. 92.

Poesía de Carlota Caulfield, Panel at the Twenty-ninth Annual Meeting of the Southwest Council of Latin American Studies, Oaxaca, Mexico, March 6-9, 1996: Chair: Ana María Hernández, Mississippi State University. Papers:

"Lenguas cruzadas: poemas de Carlota Caulfield" (Rafael E. Saumell, Sam Houston State Univeristy).

"De Tríptico de furias y otros feroces actos" (Fernando Operé, University of Virginia).

"La reconciliación poética del extrañamiento en la poesía de Carlota Caulfield" (María Jesús Natal, The University of the South).

"La poesía de Carlota Caulfield: Signo e intertexto." Paper read by Miguel Angel Zapata (University of Colorado at Colorado Springs) at the Symposium Latinos in the U.S.. Middlebury College. April 16, 1994.

"Double Marginality and the Discourse of Exile: Two Cuban Women Poets." Paper read by Librada Hernández (Furman University) at the Conference of the Philological Association of tthe Carolines. University of North Carolina. 26-28 February 1991.

"El mito en Oscuridad divina." Paper read by Fuencisla Zomeño (Tulane University) at the Symposium Fuera de Cuba/Outside Cuba. Rutgers University. 28-30 October 1988.

"I nomi del femminile nella 'Divina Oscurità' di Carlota Caulfield." Paper read by Neria De Giovanni (Università di Sassari). Ultimo Novecento. Palazzo Gambacorti, Pisa. 16 June 1988.

Other Mentions and Entries Related to Creative Writing

Elsa Fernández Santos, “Mercedes de Acosta...” El País, December 9, 2018.

Luis Antonio de Villena, NOTICIAS, 2018.

Karen W. Martin, Review of A Companion to U.S. Latino Literatures. Edited by Carlota Caulfield and Darién J. Davis. Woodbridge, UK: Tamesis, 2007. Hispania 92.2 (2009): 259-260.

Members in the News. ALTA Newsletter 98 (June 2009): 14.

Members in the News. ALTA Newsletter 96 (September 2008): 10.

Who’s Who of American Women 2008-2009. (Marquis Who’s Who)

The Writers Directory 2008-09. Gale Press.

Europe Bibliographical Reference Series 2009. Routledge.

Ramon Casalé, “Carme Riera. La vitalitat de l’art.” Talks about Carlota Caulfield and Carme Riera collaboration (painting and poetry). ZEROVUITTRESQUARANTAZERO. Cultura, Barcelona, (May, 2006): 20-21.

Tan Mortals, Tan Divines II. Dones Creadores. Diàlog entres poesia I arts plastiques/audiovisuals. Centre Cultural La Casa Elizalde, Barcelona. March 31 and 5 of April, 2005. Project bringing together women of different ages and nationalities to create plastic arts, poetry and audio-visual works. Noticias Literarias, Artísticas y Culturales / Literary. Artistic, and Cultural News. Latin American Writers Institute, CUNY, Issue 10, 2006.

“Ticket to Ride.” Feminista Unidas 25.2 (2005):42-45.

"Mills College Professor to receive poetry prize." Oakland Tribune (Thursday, February 13, 2003): 7.

"La cubana Carlota Caulfield, ganadora del premio de poesía Dulce María Loynaz." La Provincia.Diario de Las Palmas. (Miécoles, 11 de diciembre del 2002). 4.

"Carlota Caulfield con la obra Movimientos metálicos para juguetes abandonadosganadora de la primera edición del Premio hispanoamericano de poesía "Dulce María Loynaz." Radio Norte,Tenerife (diciembre del 2002).

"Fallado el certamen de poesía "Dulce María Loynaz." El Día (Miércoles 11 de diciembre del 2002).

Jesús J. Barquet, "Catálogo razonado de voces: escritoras cubanas desde y contra la diáspora." Creación y Exilio. Memorias del I Encuentro con Cuba en la distancia. Madrid: Editorial Hispano Cubana, 2002. 90, 96.

Short Rev. of Autorretrato en ojo ajeno. Encuentro23 (2001-2002): 274.

In Contemporary Authors Online. Biography Resource Center. Narrative Biographies.

Included in the 29th Edition of the Dictionary of International Biography, and in the 2002 Directory of American Scholars.

Service

College Service
Program Head of Spanish and Spanish American Studies (2014-Present)

Program Head, Latin American Studies (1995-Present)

Faculty Advisor for the Spanish Club (Spring 2016 to Present)

Member of the Core-Curriculum Committee (for International Perspectives)

Head of Search Committee for SSAS (Fall 2015/Position cancelled in Spring 2016)

Fall 2012-Spring 2013, Member of the Search Committee for the Endowed Barbara Lee Distinguished Chair in Women’s Leadership.

Fall 2011-Spring 2012, Member of the Search Committee for the Peng Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese Language and Literatures

Spring 2011-Present, Advisor for Study Abroad in Italy.

Fall 2010-Spring 2011, Member of the Mills College Modern Languages Task Force Committee.

Fall 2009-2012, Head of the Spanish and Spanish American Studies Program

Fall 2008-Fall 2009, Chair of Mills College International Studies/Study Abroad Committee.

Fall 2007-Spring 2008, Head of Spanish and Spanish American Studies Program

Fall 2006-Ongoing, Women’s Studies Advisory Committee.

Spring 2004-Spring 2006, Faculty Development Committee

Spring 2005-Spring 2006, Chair of Spanish and Spanish-American Studies

Spring 2002, Search Committee for the Director of the Women's Leadership Institute/Visiting Professor of Women's Studies.

2000, Director of the Graduate Liberal Studies Program.

2000-2001, Search Committee for Intermedia Arts Program, Division of Fine Arts.

Spring 2000, Head, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures.

1998-1999, Co-Director (with Ted Thomas) of the Graduate Liberal Studies Program.

1998-2000, Head, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures.

1998, Search Committee, Department of English.

1997, Search Committee for the Dean of Undergraduate Admissions.

1996-1999, Faculty Development Committee

1996-1999, Library Advisory Committee

1994-1996, Committee on Academic Standing

1994-Present, Women's Studies Advisory Committee

1994, Search Committee, Library

1994, Search Committee, Department of Music

1994-Present, Advisor for Comparative Literature majors

1994, Commencement Committee

1993-Present, Study Abroad Advisor for Spain and Latin America

Fall 1993, Acting Head, Hispanic Studies

1993-2000, Faculty Library Liaison

1993, Member of Thesis Committee, Division of Social Sciences

1993, Search Committee, Department of English

1993-Present, Advisor for Hispanic minors and majors

1993-Present, Advisor for entering students

1992-1993, Advisor of Latina Students Association (MECHA)

Professional Service

Offices Held
Co-Director of the International Conference “Contemporary Barcelona: Visual Cultures, Space and Power. Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of London, March 14-15, 2008.

Presiding Officer of the Session on Spanish and Portuguese (Peninsular) at the Annual Meeting of the Pacific Ancient andamp; Modern Languages Association (formerly Philological Association of the Pacific Coast). UC Irvine, November 8-10, 1996.

Modern Language Association, Regional Delegate. January 1989 through December 1991.

President sezione U.S.A. of the Gruppo Internazionale di Lettura of Pisa, Italy. Since 1988.

Other Professional Services
Member of the Editorial Board of Hostos Review (2004-Present)

Member of the Editorial Board of Caribe. Revista de Cultura y Literatura (2003-Present)

Juries: Lyra Short Story Prize (1989).

Consultant: National Endowment for the Humanities (1992-1993), Mercury House, San Francisco (1988-1990) and John Wiley andamp; Sons, Publishing House, New York (1988).

Member of the Advisory Board of Oleo y mármol. Buenos Aires, Argentina (1984-1988) and of Textos (1999-)

Member of the Advisory Board of TEXTOS. Revista semestral de creación artística. Department of Spanish, Italian andamp; Portuguese, University of South Carolina.

Related Artistic and Professional Activities
Curated (with Janice Braun, Director of Mills College Center for the Book) the exhibition “A Fish Pierced the Moon: Visual Poetry from Catalonia”— Books nd ephemera from Carlota Caulfield’s collection, featuring the works of J.M. Calleja, Xavier Canals, Carme Riera, and Gustavo Vega. Aprul 12-May 28, 2010.

Collaboration with Catalan artist Carme Riera. "Memòria de la mirada." Pintures de Carme Riera i poemes de Carlota Caulfield. Galeria Eude (www.galeriaeude.com), Barcelona. March 10 to April 17, 2004.

Member of the Editorial Board of Caribe. Revista de Cultura y Literatura.

Coordinator of the Lecture Series: "Poetry and Plural Identification." 2001-2002.

Coordinator of the Hispanic Studies Spring Lecture Series at Mills: I 1995 "Cultural Perspectives on Mexico." II 1996 "Memory and Imagination." III 1997 "Rethinking Cultural and National Identity." IV: 1998: "Caribbean-USA Women Writers."

Member of team of advisors for exhibition "Village Arts and Images from Mexico to Peru." The Mills College Art Gallery, November 9-March 13, 1993-1994.

Exhibition (texts and display/with David Bernstein)-"The Avant-garde: Past and Present." Mills College Olin Library. Fall 1993.

Consultant: "Ceremony of Spirit: Nature and Memory in Contemporary Latino Art." Exhibition. (texts in Spanish for press releases). The Mexican Museum, San Francisco, November 1993.

Advisor and Member of Commitee for Charles E. Farnsworth's M.A. thesis "Octavio Paz' Poetry: A Surrealistic Probe of the Mexican Psyche." Division of Social Sciences, Mills College. Spring 1993.

Collaboration with artist Johanna Poethig (a recording of my poetry was installed into her sculpture "Pillow"), Southern Exposure Gallery, San Francisco, April 1993.

Popol Vuh, an Interactive Text/Graphic Adventure for the Macintosh, (co-researcher and advisor, a collaborative work with Servando González). San Francisco: Intelibooks, 1991.

Professional Memberships
American Literary Translators Association (ALTA).

The Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies (IGRS), University of London.

Poció (Poesia i Educació), Group de Recerca /Research Group, University of Barcelona.

Modern Language Association (MLA).

American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP).

Professional Women's Advisory Board, American Biographical Institute.

Feministas Unidas.

PEN International. Writers in Exile.

Latin American Jewish Studies Association (LAJSA).

SouthWest Council of Latin American Studies (SCOLAS).

Gruppo Internazionale di Lettura, Italy.

Libera Accademia Galileo Galilei, Italy.

Poetas en Lengua Castellana, Madrid.

Member of the International Poetry Research Group Poció. Poesia i Educació. University of Barcelona.

Marquis Who’s Who in America.

Awards
W.M. Keck Professor in Creative Writing, three-year term, 2016-2019.

International Fellowship, University of Barcelona, Summer 2015.

Mills College Summer Research Grant 2012: Catalan Visual Poetry.

Eugene T. Trefethen Faculty Award for Academic Excellence, 2011-2012.

Mills College Summer Research Grant 2011: Research in Barcelona. Project: Avant-garde modalities in Atonio Beneyto’s A Barbarian in Barcelona.

Mills College Summer Research Grant 2010. Project: Butterflying Barcelona: Visual Culture, Space and Power (book editing).

Quigley Summer Grant 2010. Project: Essay about the Argentinian poet Alejandra Pizarnik (1936-1972).

Visiting Scholar at the New Mexico State University Library, Las Cruces, NM. Project: Hispanic Cultural Heritage. August 2009.

Mills College Summer Research Grant 2009. Project: Fashion and Dance in Hispanic Literature. Essay.

Mills College Summer Research Grant 2008. Project: Contemporary Catalan and Spanish Theatre. Barcelona. For Course Development.

Quigley Summer Grant 2008. Project: Lligams, Nexus, ties, bonds, documentary about the Catalan Artist Carme Riera. Directed by Ona Vega Passola. Produced by Carlota Caulfield.

Mills College Summer Research Grant 2009: Creative Writing. Research for novel.

Visiting Scholar/Researcher at New Mexico State University Library. July 2009.

Mills College Summer Research Grant 2008: Contemporary Catalan and Spanish Theatre. Quigley Fellowship. “Lligans. The Art of Carme Riera.” Short Documentary (Artistic Director: Ona Vega)

Mills College Research Grant, 2007: Visual Poetry Of Barcelona.

Fellowship at the Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of London, Fall, 2006.

Quigley Fellowship, Summer 2006: Anthology of Contemporary Irish Women Writers.

Mills College Summer Research Grant, 2003. Project: Anthology of Contemporary Spanish and Spanish-American Women Poets.

Quigley Fellowship, Summer 2003 Project: Translation from Spanish to English (in collaboration with Mary G. Berg, of poetry book Movimientos metálicos para juguets abandonados.

Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Romance Studies, University of London. Fall 2002.

Keynote lecture at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of University Women (AAUW), Santa Rosa, California, April 20, 2002.

Poet-in-Residence at New Mexico State University, Las Cruces. Sponsored by The Center for Latin American Studies and The Department of Languages and Linguistics. February 26-28, 2002.

Fall 2002 Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Romance Studies, University of London.

February 26-28, Poet-in-Residence at New Mexico State University, Las Cruces. Sponsored by The Center for Latin American Studies and The Department of Languages and Linguistics.

2001-2002 Quigley Fellow, Women's Studies, Mills College.

May-June 2001, Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Arts, University of Groningen, The Netherlands.

Irvine Multicultural Grant, 2000-2001. Project: "Poetry and Plural Identification." For inviting to campus four international award winning poets.

Mills College Summer Research and Course Development Grant, 2000. Project: "Spain's Minority Women Poets and Cultural Memory."

Council of International Education, International Faculty Development Seminar, "Spain, Past and Present: El Camino de Santiago." June 1-12, 1999/Mills College Summer Research Grant, 1999.

Irvine Multicultural Grant, Fall 1998. Project: "Cuban Music, History and Literature." Guest Speakers.

Mills College Summer Research Grant, 1998. Project: "The World of Tórtola Valencia and the Spanish and Latin American Modernistas." Place: Institut del Teatre, Barcelona.

Latino Poetry Prize (Honorable Mention) for published books of poetry (A las puertas del papel con amoroso fuego. Madrid: Torremozas, 1996). Awarded by The Latin American Writers Institute of New York, 1997.

Mills College Women's Studies Quigley Summer Fellowship, 1997. Project: Translation of Alejandra Pizarnik's letters to Antonio Beneyto.

Guest Poet at the Miami Book Fair International. Miami, Florida, November 21-24, 1996.

Honorary Guest at the UNESCO's dedication of the City of Verona as the home of Opera and Poetry. Gruppo Internazionale di Lettura and Libera Accademia Galileo Galilei, Italy. July 11-15, 1996.

Guest Writer at "20anys of feminisme a Catalunya," INEFC, Barcelona, May 25-27, 1996.

Mills College Women's Studies Quigley Summer Fellowship, 1996 andamp; 1997. Project: Latin American Jewish Writers.

Mills College Course Development Grant, Summer 1996. Project: Catalan Avant-garde. Research in Barcelona.

International Poetry Prize "Riccardo Marchi-Torre di Calafuria," Italy, 1995, for the collection "For Cornelius."

Irvine Grant for research in Spain, 1995. Project: Jewish History and Literature.

Honorable Mention in the Spain-USA poetry prize "Federico García Lorca", 1994, for the manuscript "Estrofas de papel, barro y tinta."

Summer Research Award, Mills College, 1993.

Honorable Mention in Premio Plural of Mexico City, 1993, for the manuscript "A las puertas del papel con amoroso fuego."

Distinguished Dissertation Research Award, Tulane University, 1992.

Steve J. Miller Foundation Fellowship, 1991-92.

Passed the Doctoral qualifying exams with high honors.

National Hispanic Scholarship and Fund Scholar, 1991.

Mellon Summer Research Felowship, Mexico, 1990.

Cintas Fellowship for Poetry, Institute of International Education, 1987.

International Poetry Prize "Ultimo Novecento," Italy, 1988, for book Oscuridad divina.

Distinguished Achievement Award, School of Humanities, San Francisco State University, 1985.

Poetry Prize
First International Hispanoamerican Poetry Prize “Dulce María Loynaz,”(Spain-Cuba) 2002.

Latino Poetry Prize (Honorable Mention). The Latin American Writers Institute of New York, 1997.

International Poetry Prize “Riccardo Marchi-Torre di Calafuria,” Italy, 1995.

Honorable Mention in the Spain-USA poetry prize “Federico García Lorca,” 1994.

Honorable Mention in Premio Plural of Mexico City, 1993.

International Poetry Prize “Ultimo Novecento,” Italy, 1988.

Honorable Mention in the “Mairena International Poetry Prize.” University of Río Piedras, Puerto Rico, 1983.

First International Poetry Hispanoamerican Prize "Dulce María Loynaz," 2002, for manuscript "Movimientos metálicos para juguetes abandonados."