Alex Lima (Guayaquil, Ecuador, 1975) moved to Brooklyn at the age of 15. He is the author of four poetry collections, Inverano (2008), Bilocaciones (2011), Alba (Artepoética 2015), and Híbrida cíclica (El Ángel Eds. 2017). His poems have also appeared in literary magazines and anthologies in the U.S. and abroad. He currently resides on Long Island where he teaches as Adjunct Professor of Spanish at Suffolk County Community College. He is currently working on the selected poems of Róger Santiváñez, a Peruvian poet based in New Jersey.
In Mesa de contentos, two languages that represent two different cultures, which in themselves emit two powerful vibrations, sitdown, dialogue, enrich and nourish each other. Spanish recovers what is most genuine from its oral tradition and English allowsitself to be encroached upon by the twists and turns of this primary language whose presence is...In stock