Marisol Baca is the author of Tremor, a full length collection of poems forthcoming in January 2018 from Three Mile Harbor Press. Marisol’s work has been published in Narrative Northeast, Riverlit, Shadowed: An Anthology of Women Writers, The Acentos Review, and many others. She was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and grew up around generations of family in an old adobe house. Her family later settled in Fresno, California. She received her Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Cornell University and won the Robert Chasen poetry award for her poem, Revelato. Currently, Marisol is an English professor at Fresno City College, and lives with her husband in a house in the center of town. She continues to write and teach, and is busy working on her second book.
Baca’s voice is like nothing I’ve heard before, is made of the same fire and water that first sparked life into clay. Prepare yourself. These poems are ravishing in their knowing, and ravening in their truths, and “we do not know when the ants/ will come and devour everything.” —dawn lonsinger author of Whelm
Author Photos courtesy of Curtis Messer
Photo of Marisol at three courtesy of Emily Baca