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    "These poems by Daniel Rodríguez Moya have decided to speak to us in a low voice. What are they talking to us about? It would be more pertinent to ask what these poems expect of us. They expect us to feel the fear in things, the eternal murmuring, "enveloping everything.". But also they expect our complicity: someone who speaks to us in a low voice asks...

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    Any situation can be seen from another perspective or angle that gives it new light. The generation that was born towards the end of the twentieth century moves between the memories of a century moved by war and the liberation of thought. Cruz discovers the other side of these memories whose side B keeps us listening. Author David CruzTranslation Natasha...

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    Este libro reúne poemas de los autores que durante los dos últimos cursos han visitado el ciclo Poesía en Casa Emory como parte de la programación cultural del Departamento de Español y Portugués. Escritores de todas las latitudes han dado muestra de la diversidad y la riqueza del español, compartiendo sus ideas sobre la creación con los alumnos de Emory....

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    The Correspondences is a collection of urban poems set in Istanbul and Florence, New York City and Buenos Aires, the outskirts of Bogotá and Sarajevo. These poems are palimpsests that layer personal and historical memory over each other. They weave together contemporary Mexican vernacular with literary Spanish of the Barroco and Modernismo, the Spanish of...

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    Notes for a Legend (Mario Meléndez, Linares, Chile, 1971) is one of the most original voices of his generation. His poetry springs forth from great masters the likes of Vicente Huidobro and Julio Cortázar, but from there his sense of humor and of the macabre take over. One must-read poem is “My cat wants to be a poet.”: At a book signing, “I recognized...

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    Javier Alvarado’s anthology takes us on a mystical journey, from the jungles of Panamá to the streets of London. His remarkable verse embraces a yearning for earlier days, yet exposes the ghosts that haunt us in the present. By exploring past traumas such as displacement, war, and occupation in Panamá and much of Latin America, these poems urge us to...

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    Swimming leads us through the distinct phases of a woman’s life, raising us with her to the wave’s crest, only to plunge us to the depths of solitude. The demands society places on women, the roles they are expected to play, are juxtaposed with those of the poet, who – like trading an iridescent tail for feet and a pair of high heels – must fit her...

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    This collection of poems, translated by Guadalupe Robles, resonates with songs of love and despair, of heartbreak and hope, of healing wounds and passion for a future filled with magic. It is a brutal insight into the raw emotions experienced by a young black latina woman on her path to womanhood. She seeks council from her deceased ancestors, both far...

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    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...

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    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...

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    The need to return poetry to the people has been addressed at different moments with very uneven success. Since the 1980’s the poetry of Luis García Montero has become the standard for an entire generation of Spanish language poets.  García Montero is a poet with a following of readers, but in addition he is a poet who has never eschewed depth or...

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    In Personal Anthology, Aveiga del Pino probes with potent fervor the deep mysteries of our identities upon which poetry is constructed. It is from these profound investigations that her poetry emerges, marked by the unconscious forces that define this genre. Among these mysteries are memory and the unification of the human body, thought, and desire. With...

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    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...

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    Mario Calderón’s poems are intensely original because they enhance their meaning by virtue of etymology, or the symbolic dimension of words. Beneath these poems lies a hypothesis about the structure of what we call “reality.” Calderón exposes the idea that, by way of the symbolic decipherment of any person’s surroundings, it is possible to know data about...

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    Marisa Martínez Pérsico’s voice establishes its own border between lucidity and dreams, between the exterior world and intimacy. The body tells and sings its own story, because feeling skin is a similar experience to crossing a city or touching an idea with your hands. The moment of this poetry occurs in the place of instinct and meditation, of knowing...

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    Miguel Rollón’s voice speaks to those who feel deeply, who will be able to find reflection and relief at the heart of this collection. In this book, no night is like the next one: children crisscross the border between youth and adulthood, while adults realize that they were never as old as they are today.  True poetry cures us, saves us, and brings us...

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    Architecture of Silence effectively constructs a circular journey, both external and internal, through the territories that have marked the suffering and tragedy that have torn the twentieth century apart. Readers make this journey with the author, seeing through her clear eyes the deep pain of the other and stripping the veneer of legend from landscapes...

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    Waldo Leyva was born in Remates de Ariosa, Villa Clara, Cuba, in 1943. He belongs to a generation of poets who have attempted to popularize poetry with a conversational tone and who have defended its inevitable connection to other artistic manifestations, especially music and painting. He is one of the most brilliant authors of the last three decades in...

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    Gabriel Chávez Casazola is one of the most suggestive and recognized poets in his country. Possessing a simple and deep language that transforms his poetic words into new words, his international impact extends to all Latin American countries, where his poetry has earned the unanimous admiration of critics. Persistence of Tattoos is a stunning book whose...

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    A Stone to the Chest, winner of the Premio Alhambra de Poesía Americana, weaves together tango, soccer, and contemporary Argentine slang with echoes of Vallejo, Manrique, Gonzalo Rojas, and Cortázar. In this collection, stones are earth, stars, mountains, and water-smoothed pebbles. They are those surfaces where we draw petroglyphs; the material we use to...

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