Books by Ana María Caballero


Ana María Caballero is a Colombian-American literary artist whose work explores how biology delimits societal and cultural rites, ripping the veil off romanticized motherhood and questioning notions that package sacrifice as a virtue. She's the recipient of the Beverly International Prize, Colombia's José Manuel Arango National Poetry Prize, the Steel Toe Books Poetry Prize, a Future Arts Writer Award, a Sevens Foundation Grant and has been a finalist for numerous other literary and arts prizes, including the prestigious Kurt Brown, Vassar Miller, Academy of American Poets Prize and MAXXI Bvlgari Prize in the Digital SectorThe author of six books in Spanish and English, Caballero has presented her poems as fine art at museums and leading international venues, such as the Wroclaw Contemporary Museum, Museo de Arte Miguel Urrutia, bitforms, Office Impart, UNIT, Gazelli Art House and Times Square. She has released digital poems in partnership with TIME, Diario ABC and Playboy and is a contributing writer for Forbes, reporting on what happens when crypto and culture connect. Widely recognized as a digital poetry pioneer whose own practice is transforming the way language is exhibited, experienced and transacted, she's also the cofounder of Web3 literary gallery theVERSEverse, short-listed for the Lumen Prize and the Digital Innovation in Art Award.Learn more about the author at


Mammal: Sacrifice Is Not a Virtue

Ana María Caballero