Rosie Prohías Driscoll is a Cuban-American educator and poet. The daughter and granddaughter of Cuban exiles, she was raised in Miami, Florida and writes about themes of identity and exile, loss and renewal, grief and grace. Her poems have appeared in numerous online and print publications, including Acentos Review, Mas Tequila Review, Pilgrimage Magazine, Literary Mama, Temenos Journal, Saw Palm: Florida Literature and Art, SWWIM Every Day, Sin Fronteras/Writers Without Borders, Pensive: A Global Journal of Spirituality and the Arts, and Gyroscope Review, and she was a finalist for the 2020 Orison Poetry Prize. She teaches high school English in Alexandria, Virginia, where she lives with her husband and a host of ancestral spirits who keep her rooted and grateful. When not teaching or writing, she relishes spending time with friends and family and researching her family tree.

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