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AMALIO MADUEÑO lives in Taos, New Mexico. Long associated with the Taos Poetry Circus and namesake of Mexican Bob’s Poetry Camp, he has published widely in journals across the United States and Europe. Recent anthologies featuring his work include Sage Trail (Santa Barbara 2008) New Mexico Poetry Tangents (Albuquerque 2007), Venus in the Badlands (J. Macker, ed. Desert Shovel, Santa Fe 2006) The 315 Experiment (Dinsmore & Alley, eds., Vancouver 2006), Wandering Hermit Review (Seattle, 2006), Muse6 (L. Council ed. El Paso, 2006) and Askew, Volume 2, 2006 (Ventura, CA), Saludos: Poets of New Mexico (Santa Fe 2002). Recent chapbooks include: August, Cuyamungue and The Kozer Variations (from Ranchos Press). He Co-Authored “Taos Poetry Circus: The 90’s” from Pennwhistle Press (Santa Fe). His latest feature length book of poems, Lost In The Chamiso, appeared in 2006 from Wild Embers Press, Ashland, OR. He performs his work regularly throughout New Mexico and the west in featured readings, seminars, television & radio, as well as on videos and CDs.
Madueño received a BA in English from the University of San Diego and an M.F.A. in poetry from the University of California, Irvine. He was principal instructor in poetry for the Mexican Bob’s Poetry Camp, a UNM academic credit course provided annually by the Taos Poetry Circus from 1992 to 2002. He has developed poetry curriculum for poetry in the schools in San Diego and Santa Ana, CA and in Taos, NM. He has prepared and delivered poetry writing seminars for the Border Book Festival (Las Cruces, NM), The Arizona Poets Voice Series, Ventura College, Moor Park College, Washington State University, El Paso Community College, The Rocky Mountain Writer’s Conference, The San Diego Public Library, The Burning Word Poetry Festival (Seattle)& the 315 Experiment Poetry Festival (Ventura 2005),