Allen Josephs is a world-renowned Hemingway scholar and past president of the Ernest Hemingway Foundation and Society. Josephs was also President of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association in 2008. He has written 10 books, including “On Hemingway and Spain: Essays & Reviews 1979 – 2013” and “White Wall of Spain: The Mysteries of Andalusian Culture;” four critical editions of the poetry of Federico Garcia Lorca, and numerous articles published in the Atlantic, New Republic, New York Times Book Review and other scholarly publications. Currently, he is translating the work of Spanish poet Fernando Valverde.
Josephs received the George B. Smith Arts and Letters Award by the National Association of Taurine Clubs for his book: “Ritual and Sacrifice in the Corrida” and was conferred an honorary membership in the Taurine Bibliophiles of America for his outstanding contributions to taurine scholarship.
The contemporary Colombian poets that we present in this anthology write originally and from a variety of perspectives about poetry itself. Some translate the reality of a country that is reaching the bicentennial of its independence without having defined the parable of loneliness that Gabriel García Márquez depicted in his Macondan universe. The present...Stock available