Delgado is a poet, editor, translator and book artist from Puerto Rico. She studied Comparative Literature at the University of Puerto Rico and in 2005 obtained a Master's Degree in Latin American Studies from the State University of New York. She has 13 books of poetry to her credit, including Secretos Familiares (Mixta: Nueva York, 2006), Violencias Cotidianas (Literal: Mexico, 2009),
Añosluz (Vueltegato: Guatemala, 2010; (H)onda Nómada: Mexico, 2010), El Diablito (S.O.P.A.: Guatemala, 2011) and Poemas para Megáfono (París Volcán: San Salvador, 2012), plus her own edition of the Arcanos Mayores (Taller Leñateros: Chiapas, Mexico; 2011). Delgado runs classes in poetry, creative writing, bookbinding and book art and has collaborated with teachers, poets and book artists in Puerto Rico, New York, Mexico, Ecuador, Guatemala, El Salvador and Panama. Alongside Xavier Valcárcel she is currently running the editorial project Atarraya Cartonera in Puerto Rico. Her work has been translated into English, Polish, Portuguese, Catalan, and Galician. Delgado is co-editor and translator Hallucinated Horse: New Latin American Poets (Pighog Press, 2012).