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Born in Iloilo City, Philippines, ANGELA PEÑAREDONDO is a queer Filipinx writer, interdisciplinary artist, educator and scholar. Peñaredondo is the author of nature felt but never apprehended (Noemi Press), All Things Lose Thousands of Times (Inlandia Institute, Winner of Hilary Gravendyk Regional Prize) and Maroon (Jamii Publications).


Peñaredondo’s work has appeared in The Academy of American Poets, Pleiades, Black Warrior Review, Southern Humanities Review and elsewhere. Peñaredondo has received fellowships from Hedgebrook, Kundiman, VONA/Voices of our Nations Art, and Macondo. They have also received awards from TinHouse, Community of Writers and others. They are  an Assistant Professor of Creative Writing and Digital Humanities at California State University San Bernardino. Currently, Peñaredondo lives in Los Angeles, Gabrielino-Tongva land. 

photo (and photo on homepage) by Brian Feinzimer

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