ELVIRA SASTRE (Segovia, 1992). Elvira lives in Madrid where she has recently received her M.A. in Literary Translation. Since the age of fifteen, when she garnered her first poetry prize, she has published poems in her blog and in several poetry reviews. In 2012 she published Forty-Three Ways to Pull Your Hair Out, a collection of poems that was very well received by her readers. Bastion, her second book of poetry, has been an instant success in Spain. It is offered here in a bilingual format.
Elvira Sastre defines herself as “resistant to all that’s impossible and a dreamer of the ingenuous.” Voices like the one that Elvira revealed to us in her first book and confirms in Bastion, her second book now published by Valparaíso, allow us to affirm that poetry in the Spanish language renews itself in every generation and that poets like Elvira...Stock available