Jose Hernandez Diaz

Jose Hernandez Diaz

Jose Hernandez Diaz is a 2017 NEA Poetry Fellow. He is the author of The Fire Eater (Texas Review Press, 2020) and the forthcoming Bad Mexican, Bad American (Acre Books, 2024). His work appears in The American Poetry Review, Boulevard, Cincinnati Review, Colorado Review, Huizache, Iowa Review, The Missouri Review, Northwest Review, The Nation, Poetry, Poetry Daily, The Progressive, The Southern Review, Verse Daily, Witness Magazine, Yale Review, and in The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2011. He has taught creative writing for Hugo House, Lighthouse Writers Workshops, The Adirondack Center for Writing, Beyond Baroque, and elsewhere.

Jose’s upcoming writing classes

  1. Exploring Surreal Prose Poetry

    with Jose Hernandez Diaz

    Jun 12, 2023 • 4 week master workshop

    Live instructor-led videoconferences plus day-to-day interaction on Scribophile

    Poets of any skill level

    Teacher, poet, and past NEA Poetry Fellow Jose Hernandez Diaz guides you through a fun surrealist prose poetry workshop where you’ll focus on writing and workshopping new poems.

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