Paula Delgado-Kling

Paula Delgado-Kling

Paula Delgado-Kling holds degrees in comparative literature, French civilizations, international af-fairs, and creative writing from Brown, Columbia and the New School, respectively. This is her first book. It has been excerpted in Narrative Magazine (Winter 2008 issue), The Literary Review (Winter 2009 issue and reprinted in the 60th anniversary issue, fall 2017), Pacifica Literary Review (Winter 2017 issue), The Grief Diaries (February 2017 issue), and translated into Japanese for (January 2017 issue). For this book, she received two grants from the Canada Council for the Arts, and won the OneWorld Prize in nonfiction from the Pan African Literary Forum, for which she was awarded a trip to Accra, Ghana to share her work.


Paula’s website is pauladelgadokling. Her reportage, “El Diario de Maher Arar,” was anthologized in Las Mejores Crónicas de Gatopardo (Random House Mondadori, 2006). Since March 2005, she has been an assistant editor at Narrative Magazine. She lives in New York.

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