A second-generation Cuban-American, born and raised in the exile community in Miami, Florida, Raul Palma is an Assistant Professor of Writing at Ithaca College. His work has appeared in Alaska Quarterly Review, Alimentum, Chattahoochee Review, Greensboro Review, Smokelong Quarterly, and Sonora Review. His short fiction was selected by Aimee Bender for inclusion in Best Small Fictions 2018. His collection of short fiction, IN THESE WORLDS OF ULTRAVIOLET LIGHT was awarded Indiana Review’s 2021 Don Belton Prize, having previously been a finalist for the Review’s Blue Light’s Book Prize, and a semi-finalist for the Iowa Short Fiction Prize.
A Haunting in Hialeah Gardens
In These Worlds of Ultraviolet