Carmen Berenguer (Santiago, Chile, 1946) is a Chilean poet and audio-visual artist. In 1997, Berenguer received a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship. She is the first Chilean woman recipient of the Pablo Neruda Award in 2008. In 2014 she received the Naji Naaman Honor Prize for her work. Her poetry has been gathered in several anthologies and has been translated to English, Swedish, French, Italian, and Persian. She is one of the organizers of the International Congress of Latin American Women's Literature. She lives in Santiago, Chile and is an active member of the Chilean Society of Writers. Her books of poetry include Bobby Sands desfallece en el muro (1983), Huellas de siglo (1986), A media asta (1988), Naciste pintada (1999), and Mama Marx (2006).