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    The Wizard’s Manuscript opens, beguilingly, with anameless narrator spending the very last of his money onthe titular work. Hungry and hoping for spells to conjurebread, he finds himself instead enchanted by thefragmentary story. It is nourishing but in the manner ofscorpion-meat, armored and strange: obliquely, the storyteaches loving the prickly beauty...

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    Historia de un escenario is a journey through forty years of the life of a theatrical troupe in Spanish from the University of Virginia that has performed fifty-two works in different styles and from various sources. This book organizes in catalog form the casts and photographs of all the teatrical productions, in addition to incorporating critical and...

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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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    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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    Between Fantasy and Tuscany is a story of discovery and growth based upon the true experience of a 39-year-old American woman, Susan, who buys and restores a farmhouse in Sarteano, a hill town in Tuscany, in the late 1980’s. At the same time Susan is renovating the house, she is reconstructing her life. Author Susan BraggiottiPages 226Format PaperbackISBN...

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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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    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...

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    When the dust clears in the fields of twentieth century Spanish poetry, three icons will remain in the consciousness of the English speaking world: Federico García Lorca, Pablo Neruda and José Hierro. Lorca and Neruda have already attained widespread acceptance through translation.  José Hierro is just now being recognized for the visionary that he was....

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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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    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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    In this anthology, Rosalía de Castro speaks to our lonelinesses, to our longing for connection in an increasingly disconnected world, to the solace found in rootedness, to the writing of our desires onto the natural world, to climate change. Though she is a nineteenth-century poet, from a little-known corner of the world, her words reverberate into the...

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    Written in the extraordinary circumstances of 2020, a year of rekoning, in Americana-lcd Luis Correa-Díaz casts an original and distinctly postmodern light on this country. A heady cocktail of poetry in Spanish contemplates America from the Founding Fathers to the recent presidential inauguration, evoking along the way Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, the...

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    This is a collection of poetry that suggests that there is much to be gained by a reevaluation of the various codes that define and limit human existence in order to tap into a cosmic sense of belonging, albeit in a post-human age”. THEA PITMAN (University of Leeds) Author Luis Correa DíazTranslation Heather Cleary WolfgangPages 98Format PaperbackISBN...

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    I have always loved fútbol. I have wept watching movies like the War of the Galaxies or Cinema Paradiso. I have sung songs by Calamaro, Jim Morrison or Lennon out of tune, and nevertheless I live in fear every day, and that’s why I sleep with the light on at night. Because of those insignificant details, those small matters that have always amazed me and...

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    In the words of writer Julia Otxoa, “From the luminous Arabic, Greek, and Mediterranean legacies, María Paz Moreno creates a new poetry in response to current times, builds new bridges that help us understand losses and treasures, establishing other trajectories to grow in both interrogation and hope.”Author María Paz MorenoTranslation Yunsuk ChaeISBN...

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    Manumission means freeing a slave, but in this work we have the consciousness that, in reality, we all continue to share the fate of freed slaves in the twenty-first century, dependent on superior forces that control us, dominate us and mark our paths.                                                                                      Remedios Sánchez...

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    The characters in these stories ask for help in many ways. They suffer from terminal illnesses or profound psychological trauma. Political, domestic violence pursues them. They yearn to escape to other worlds, to set out on a pilgrimage. To grow roots in new lands. To be reborn. Or to die without anyone knowing. Suffering is described from the perspective...

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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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    “For many, it takes an entire lifetime to understand that poetry exists in the world like the wind blows or fire burns us. There are poets who, instead of looking for poetry, spend their lives trying to invent it. Sara Búho follows the black cat into a room in the dark, as Charles Simic de-fined that search for authentic poets, as exasperating and intense...

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    From the first time that I read the poems of Roxana Méndez I knew that I was in the presence of an excellent poet. In my opinión, she is one of the most important young voices in our Central America. She knows her craft, and each time that she makes use of it, it becomes more a part of her. This prize that she has been awarded in Spain (I Premio Alhambra...

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