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Poetry Comes out of My Mouth$16.95
Mario Santiago Papasquiaro
trans Arturo Mantecón
artwork by Maceo Montoya
Introduction by Ilan Stavans
…flies in the most hallucinatory manner out of the tangled mass of Mexico’s heritage.
Fanon City Meu$16.00
Jaime Luis Huenún
trans Thomas Rothe
Fanon City is Peru, it’s Brazil, it’s Bolivia, it’s Ecuador, it’s Alabama…
Única Looking at the Sea$16.00
Fernando Contreras Castro
trans Elaine S. Brooks
…who we truly are in our garbage.
Virgin Mountain, The$16.00
trans Donald Wellman and Roberto Echavarren
You don’t know Latin American poetry unless you know Roberto Echavarren.
Earth, Water and Sky: A Bilingual Anthology of Environmental Poetry$16.00
Ed. Jesse Lee Kercheval
…important, necessary poems that delve deep beneath the surface of the natural world
Europa: Selected Poems of Julio Martínez Mesanza
Julio Martínez Mesanza
trans Don Bogen
Vivid, immediate, compressed, often violent, these poems have a lot to offer American readers and writers.”—Robert Pinsky
Divan of the Opal of Fire$16.00
trans Ana Valverde Osan
Long before Romeo and Juliet, there were Layla and Majnun….
Weight of the Island, The$18.00
Trans Pablo Medina
Piñera’s…poems are quiet champions against indifference… —Richard Blanco
Immigrant Dreams & Alien Nightmares$18.00
… vast, beautiful, razor-sharp and misbehaving. —Andrei Codrescu
With a Strange Scent of World$18.00
Víctor Rodríguez Núñez
trans Katherine M. Hedeen
…a poetry that is autonomous but not oblivious, participatory but not political, subjective but not self-centered…
Destruction in the Afternoon$16.00
trans Alexis Levitin
I was not thinking of Bosch as I wrote these poems, although the parallel makes sense…
While the Wolf is Around$16.00
trans G. J. Racz
Winner of the 2009 Generation of ’27 Poetry Prize.
Huron-Wyandot essayist, multi-lingual scholar and artist Georges Sioui tells the story of First Peoples of the Americas.
Alteration of Silence, The: Recent Chilean Poetry
Galo Ghigliotto / William Allegrezza, Eds
Chile is rich with poetic history, yet in the U.S., Chilean poetry is known through only a handful of its great poets.
Enclosed Garden (Jardin cerrado)
trans Donald Wellman
First English publication of this important long poem by Emilio Prados of the Generation of 27.
Nothingness in the Rough$15.00
Gabriel Magaña Merlo
trans Suzanne Jill Levine
First book to be published in English by the great Mexican poet.
Never Made in America: Selected Poems of Martín Barea Mattos$20.00
Martín Barea Mattos
trans Mark Statman
…one of Uruguay’s energetic and thought-provoking voices.