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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 Venus in the Badlands (J. Macker, ed. Desert Shovel, Santa Fe 2006) Between Sleeps: The 315 Project (Dinsmore & Alley, eds., Vancouver 2006), Wandering Hermit Review (Seattle, 2006), Muse6 (L. Council ed. El Paso, 2006) and Askew, Volume 2, 2006 (Ventura, CA) and Earthships: New MexicoPoetry Tangents Anthology (2007) .
His latest chapbooks are the Kozer Variations and Cuyamungue. Lost In The Chamiso, is by Wild Embers Press ( 2006 Ashland, OR.) He performs his work regularly throughout New Mexico and the west – from Seattle to San Diego Santa Fe to El Pasoin featured readings, seminars, television & radio, as well as on videos and CDs.