Terri Carrion is a first generation American conceived in Venezuela and born in New York to a Galician mother and Cuban father.
Terri Carrion earned her MFA from Florida International University. Her poetry, fiction, non-fiction, art and photography has appeared and disappeared in various print magazines as well as online, including The Cream City Review, Hanging Loose, Pearl, Penumbra, Exquisite Corpse, Mangrove, Kick Ass Review, Exquisite Corpse, Jack, Mipoesia, Dead Drunk Dublin, and among others.
Some of her translation projects include selecting from and editing the bilingual anthology of Venezuelan women writers, Perfiles de la Noche/Profiles of Night, print edition edited by Rowena Hill, for online publication. She also co-translated via the internet with Galician natives, F.R Lavandeira and Loreto Riveiro, the trilingual Galician Anthology of Poetry and Prose, (Galician/Spanish/English) published on BigBridge.org.
Curently she is president of Anhinga Press and Co-founder of the global grassroots movement, 100 Thousand Poets for Change.