Carolina Ebeid was born in West New York, NJ and grew up in a Cuban and Palestinian family. She is the author of 'You Ask Me to Talk About the Interior' (Noemi Press, Akrilica Series) which was selected as one of ten best debuts of 2016 by Poets & Writers. Dr. Ebeid's work has been supported by fellowships from CantoMundo, the Stadler Center for Poetry at Bucknell University, the National Endowment for the Arts, as well as a residency fellowship from the Lannan Foundation.
Carolina is on faculty at the Mile-High MFA at Regis University, the bilingual MFA at the University of Texas El Paso, and Lighthouse Writer’s Workshop in Denver. She currently edits poetry at The Rumpus, as well as the multimedia zine Visible Binary. She holds an MFA from the Michener Center for Writers and a PhD from the University of Denver.