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Bonnie Buckley Maldonado

Inaugural Poet Laureate

Silver City Sun-News

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Silver City Sun-News

208 W Broadway

Silver City, New Mexico,88061

United States

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Employment History

Partner

Southwest Festival


Facilitator and An Poet

The Western Institute for Lifelong Learning


Book Publishing Specialist

Wheatmark Inc


Family Facilitator

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


Affiliations

Western New Mexico University

Dean and Professor Emeritus


Education

Aldo Leopold High School


degrees

teacher education and counseling

Western New Mexico University


doctoral degree

Boston University


doctorate

counseling psychology

New Mexico State University


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Maldonado was Silver City poet laureate 2012-14
Poet Bonnie Buckley Maldonado has been named the WILLA Literary Award Winner in Poetry for her book, "The Seceret Lives of Us Kids: A Childhood Poet Bonnie Buckley Maldonado has been named the WILLA Literary Award Winner in Poetry for her book, "The Seceret Lives of Us Kids: A Childhood Memoir, 1941-1942. SILVER CITY >> Bonnie Buckley Maldonado, a local poet, has been named the WILLA Literary Award Winner in Poetry for her book "The Secret Lives of Us Kids: A Childhood Memoir, 1941-1942." The book was published by Farcountry Press in 2014. Maldonado served as Silver City's inaugural poet laureate from 2012-14. "This is a great honor for me," Maldonado said on Thursday. Maldonado was born into the ranching lives of pioneer grandparents and Irish storytellers in Northern Montana. She has resided in Southwestern New Mexico since 1959. She is a professor and dean emeritus in education and counseling, Western New Mexico University. Advertisement Maldonado possesses an abiding fascination for the rural west, its people and its landscapes - a fascination that shines through in earlier books such as "It's Only Raven Laughing," which was awarded the WILLA Literary Award for Poetry Finalist by Women Writing the West, and her newest, "The Secret Lives of Us Kids," which depicts the lives of four children marooned in a harsh Montana oilfield at the beginning of World War II, according to the website, swwordfiesta.org. Maldonado was the inaugural Silver City Poet Laureate and is the dedicatee of the 2015 Southwest Festival of the Written Word. Maldonado's work will also be featured during the Southwest Festival of the Written Word, which will be held in Silver City from Oct.2-4. The Silver City Virus Theatre will present a performance piece based on the poetry of Maldonado at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 1 in WNMU's Webb Theater. This piece will also be performed at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 3, in the Webb Theater. Both performances are open to the public, free of charge. Maldonado said she is excited about the proposed performance piece. "I have no idea what they are going to do," she said.


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Bonnie Maldonado
Reading and booksigning with author Bonnie Maldonado will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Silver City Museum, 312 W. Broadway St. Too Personal for Words is the fourth book of poetry by Maldonado.


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Bonnie Buckley Maldonado
My early appreciation for the written word was nurtured by Bonnie Buckley Maldonado (now Silver City's first Poet Laureate), during four years as her pupil at the Teacher Education Center in the 1960s. This small teacher training school, operated by WNMU, encouraged individualized learning and out-of-the box thinking for students from kindergarten through eighth grade. Bonnie began each school day by reading aloud from books that included the Tolkien trilogy, long before that series became popular. Bonnie Buckley Maldonado Bonnie Buckley Maldonado has resided in Southwestern New Mexico since 1959. She is a dean and professor emeritus at Western New Mexico University She was born into a pioneer Montana ranching family. Hers is an abiding respect for the rural West and its people, particularly the strong women for whom no task was too difficult to attempt, no work ethic too demanding. In 1998, she was inducted into the New Mexico Women's Hall of Fame for her contributions to the people of New Mexico, particularly in the areas of mental health and domestic violence. She is the author of four volumes of poetry. Regarding her relationship with words, Bonnie says, "My own life can be reduced to short poems awakening me with laughter in the middle of the night; others to sustain me when darkness descends." She lives in the mountains near Silver City, N.M. with her husband, Librado and a bevy of rescue animals. She may be contacted at apache1@signalpeak.net. Poems were submitted from poets all over the state, including our own Bonnie Buckley Maldonado, who was the only contributor from Southwestern New [...]


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Bonnie Buckley Maldonado is a lifelong writer and long-time teacher of writing.
She has resided in Southwestern New Mexico since 1959. She is a professor and dean emeritus in education and counseling, Western New Mexico University. A Western woman, she possesses an abiding fascination for the rural west, its people and its landscapes. Copyright © Bonnie Buckley Maldonado - All Rights Reserved. Web Design by NikkiO Design


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In Too Personal for Words, Bonnie weaves together stories of the past and present into a compelling narrative that will affect the reader deeply.
Copyright © Bonnie Buckley Maldonado - All Rights Reserved. Web Design by NikkiO Design


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