María Paz Moreno (Madrid, Spain) is a poet, essayist and literary critic from Spain. Her books of poetry include: The Seed Beneath the Asphalt (Botella, 1994), Change in Its Customs (Frutos del tiempo, 1996), Delayed Correspondance (Pre-Textos, 1999), Enemy Geography and Perverse Gifts (Libros del Innombrable, 2005), Greenhouse (Renacimiento, 2007), and The Bellies of Iguanas (Renacimiento, 2012). Moreno is a Professor of Spanish Literature at the University of Cincinnati.
One of the most interesting poets that has emerged in Spanish poetry over the last few years (…) her work is born out of a gaze based on a quiet, attentive stillness. It feels good to read her, like sipping from a potion that helps us recognize ourselves and conforts us while we look at the footprints left behind that are already beginning to fade. Martín...In stock
In the words of writer Julia Otxoa, “From the luminous Arabic, Greek, and Mediterranean legacies, María Paz Moreno creates a new poetry in response to current times, builds new bridges that help us understand losses and treasures, establishing other trajectories to grow in both interrogation and hope.”Author María Paz MorenoTranslation Yunsuk ChaeISBN...Stock available