Neil de la Flor earned an MFA in Creative Writing at the University of Miami. His first book of poetry, Almost Dorothy, won the 2009 Marsh Hawk Press Poetry Prize and will be published in 2010. His literary work has been published in Hayden’s Ferry Review, Barrow Street, Sentence, 42opus, Court Green and others. In 2006, Facial Geometry (NeoPepper Press), a collaborative chapbook of triads co-authored with Maureen Seaton and Kristine Snodgrass, was published. He currently lives in Miami and teaches at Miami Dade College and Nova Southeastern University. He can be reached at www.neildelaflor.com.
The possibility of reaching the pinnacle of insanity.
Anyone who has the courage write, no matter if it's a piece of crap. My favorite books are the ones I can't remember because they've fused to my bones.
So thrilled that you are on on Fictionaut. I just now see that you are. Great discovery! Please add me at Facebook? I faced you today there also. Hope you are having a great Monday.
after reading my interview with you...my wife and mom agreed, finally, on something - i am a dumb motherfucker
thanks, neil, for making that happen
we were born seven days apart
really happy to hear you like when to submit and thanks again for the interview. your answer to "why do you write?" is classic.