Isabel Gómez Sobrino (1983) was born in Talavera de la Reina, Spain. She is Associate Professor of Spanish at East Tennessee State University. She devotes her scholarly work to adaptation and performance studies in Spanish songwriters, historical memory studies, Spanish female poets of the 20s and 30s, and poetry translation. The poems of her first book, Cenizas susurrantes/Whispering Ashes, explore diverse topics of writing, memory, existential exile, gender issues, death, and the passage of time.
Whispering Ashes is Isabel Gómez Sobrino’s first book of poems. This book embodies the memories and life experiences that the poetic voice uses to explain its relationship to the world. These poems undertake an exploration of the different dilemmas of death, life and displaced homecomings stitched together by time. There is an underlying struggle with...In Stock