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    To be born a poet in Fuente Vaqueros entails a certain risk, but Ramón Martínez López does not blink, entering fully into the lyrical love poetry inspired by Petrarch and Dante, by Bécquer and above all by Lorca. Without imitating, he incorporates themes and techniques that call to mind his great paisano Federico, in particular the sonnets and the love...

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    One of the most interesting poets that has emerged in Spanish poetry over the last few years (…) her work is born out of a gaze based on a quiet, attentive stillness. It feels good to read her, like sipping from a potion that helps us recognize ourselves and conforts us while we look at the footprints left behind that are already beginning to fade. Martín...

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    Poetry might be that iguana that runs over the rooftops of a dead-end street, devouring juicy mangos while the neighbors want to trap it and serve it up at dinner time. Without a doubt, Jeremy Paden has found a dwelling place. Good poets have that ability to make and remake worlds, to take us to other dimensions with a surprising naturalness. “Must we...

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    Woven with voyages, ovens, and water-water, Ivonne Gordon examines and flows in and out of love’s bodies of “tiempo fosforescente,” phosphorescent time and solitude. Each poem is caught in currents and moments of astral montages, the possibility of miracles, a task cascading between nothingness and desire. All these things are palpable, they can be shaped...

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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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    Trapeze of Insomnia is a collection of the author’s poetry that includes works from Oro verde (1982), Tres veces espejo (1996), Ciudad de siempre (1998), Padre viejo (2000), Sonata de tierra adentro (2002), Agua reparada (2005), Molinar sin aspas (2006), Recital en fuga (2007), Dispensario (2012), Trashumo de mirada (2013), Madera la mañana (2016) and...

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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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    In 2020 a worldwide pandemic changed the world. Mankind, vulnerable creatures whose bodies could be devastated by a single particle of virus in the air, saw themselves forced to return to the forests, to the life of nature, to primordial solitude. Gordon E. McNeer takes us back to Walden, where Henry David Thoreau spent two years, two months and two days....

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