Diego Báez

Diego Báez has been the recipient of fellowships from CantoMundo and the Surge Institute and of a residency at Sundress Academy for the Arts in Knoxville, Tennessee. Co-chair of the Diversity Committee for the International David Foster Wallace Society and a regular contributor for Booklist, his poetry and reviews have appeared most recently in The Rumpus and Tupelo Quarterly. Báez lives in Chicago, where he teaches at Harry S. Truman College.


on Heart Like a Window, Mouth Like a Cliff by Sara Borjas

Situated midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles, about an hour’s drive from the geographical center of California, the inland city of Fresno and the wide expanse of the San Joaquin Valley around it have nurtured a number of influential poets, such as Gary Soto and Brian Turner, plus two former poets laureate: Philip Levine […]

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