Stanley Delgado is a graduate of Cerritos College, California State University Long Beach, and New York University's MFA program where he was awarded the Writers in Public Schools Fellowship.
His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Glimmer Train, Kenyon Review, Gulf Coast, Puerto del Sol, The Los Angeles Review, Paper Darts, Sierra Nevada Review, RipRap Journal, Mud Season Review, and the Santa Ana River Review.
He currently lives and works in Los Angeles.
"Camera Man" in One Story
"Cactus Eater" in Kenyon Review
"Bugs 1 - 8" in Puerto del Sol
"Bicho, Bicha" in Glimmer Train
"Gossip, with Headless Body" in Gulf Coast
"Leda and Other Birds" in Sierra Nevada Review; reprinted in fresh.ink
"Pool" in Mud Season Review
"Mexican Shoots Himself in the Chest" in The Los Angeles Review
"Wilde Posing as a Somdomite" in RipRap Journal
"diaspora dream 2" in Pa'lante
Literary Arts Fellow for Montalvo Arts Center's Sally and Don Lucas Artists Program Fellowship
1st Place in Glimmer Train's Very Short Fiction Award for "Bicho, Bicha" (2019)
1st Place in The Los Angeles Review's Flash Fiction Award for "Mexican Shoots Himself in the Chest" (2019)
Puerto del Sol's Best of the Net for "Bugs 1 - 8" (2020)
Honorable Mention in Gulf Coast's Donald Barthelme Prize in Short Prose for "Gossip, with Headless Body" (2019)
Runner Up in Kenyon Review's Short Fiction Contest for "Cactus Eater" (2020)
Finalist in Puerto del Sol's Poetry & Prose Contest for "Bugs 1 - 8" (2019)
Pushcart Prize nomination for "Pool"
Pushcart Prize nomination for "Bicho, Bicha"