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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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    His books have been published in many countries and translated into several languages. He has received some of the most significant awards for poetry in Spanish, among them the Federico García Lorca, the Emilio Alarcos and the Antonio Machado. His last book, The Insistence of Harm, was the most-sold book of poetry in Spain for months and received the Book...

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    Poems that Love Me is an anthology of poetry that draws on his family, his readings of the classics and the scriptures, his friends and his lovers. Imbued with nostalgia and irony, his poems are emotionally charged and direct. They connect very well with contemporary readers. Author Xavier Oquendo TroncosoTranslation Gordon E. McNeerISBN...

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    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...

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    Croniria is a work that echoes the words of Antonio Machado - who defined poetry as the word in time - by redefining poetry as love in time. Croniria is an intense and intimate treatise on love that reflects the poet’s multifaceted life as poet, scholar, translator and lover.  They are playful, ironic and erudite poems that encompass a cultural panorama...

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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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    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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