According to the Pew Center, 940,000 Latinos of Honduran origin lived in the U.S. in 2017. They are the 8th largest Latino group. Despite their relatively small population size, they have made a great imprint in U.S. literature.
Sheila Maldonado is the author of one-bedroom solo (Fly by Night Press/A Gathering of the Tribes, 2011), her debut poetry collection. Her 2nd publication, that’s what you get, is forthcoming from Brooklyn Arts Press.
Roy G. Guzmán is the author of Catrachos: Poems, published in 2020. Their work has been featured in Kenyon Review, Verse of April, and The Best American Poetry blog.