Biography: 
Linda Morales Caballero is a writer, journalist and professor. She graduated Cum Laude from Hunter College with a BA in Media Communications and Hispanic-American Literature. She also obtained her Master Degree in Hispanic-American Literature from the same institution. While at Hunter she contributed to the book: All Consuming Images by the Distinguished Professor, writer and historian: Stuart Ewen. She’s been a Professor for CUNY at La Guardia Community College, taught ESL for the Board of Education at Renaissance School and at the U.N. Her articles have appeared in Caretas magazine (Peru) Tribuna Hispana and Tribes.org (New York). Her poetry in Hibrido, Red Door, And Then… magazines (New York), the Canadian magazine: K1n, and the Spanish: La botica. Reunion, the University of Texas Dallas Review Magazine, published one of her enigmas (short stories). Most of her work in English has been translated by Professor Marko Miletich, PhD. She has also been a correspondent for the prestigious Peruvian daily newspaper, El Comercio. This year she has also been a collaborative editor for the 21 year old literary and academic New York based magazine: Hybrido. Her poetry has been published in English, Portuguese and Spanish. Some of her book tittles are: Desde el umbral, Circunferencia de la palabra, The Edge of Twilight, Miradas de Nueva York, Poemas vivos: el Hombre adivinado, Poemas tuyos; El libro de los enigmas and Encantamiento. Five of her short stories were merged into a play and performed in Madrid by Bramante Teatro company at Sanfest 2017, and her short stories have continued to be represented as monologues and micro theater in Madrid. Ms. Morales has been invited to readings at Book Fairs in New York, Buenos Aires, Brasilia and Guadalajara. She has co-anchored and co-produced a successful radio program in New York and as a freelance journalist has recorded numerous interviews for television and radio. She has also contributed her lyrics to several songs in a variety of genres in collaboration with the composer Lucho Neves. She is an ASCAP member.