Carla Hall Belmonte

Born in Southern California, Carla Hall Belmonte received her BA in English from UC Riverside (1992) and then taught ESL for seven years. She received her MFA from the University of San Francisco (2001). Her work appears in the Electronic Poetry Review #3, Jacket #22, and Ignatian. She has collaborated on four poetic dances with Curtis Speck on the subjects of AIDS and violence against women. Currently, she works at the Fromm Institute, a non-profit academic program that facilitates classes for retired adults. She writes poetry and is translating Eugene Guillevic's long poem, Le Chant, with Heather Woods.

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