Imagine that a volcano explodes in Indonesia and in the entire northern hemisphere the summer disappears. A dark summer without sun, without a beach, without laughter. This is a book of stories told in verse, where Jordi Tello gives us the gift of his unique vision, always told in his poetic voice. ..
Rubén Darío (1867-1916) is one of the great landmarks of Hispanic literature, by the dimensions of the renewal he imposed on the Spanish language, opening the doors to European aesthetic influences through the power which he called Modernism. Darío is not just the greatest of the modernist poets; he..
First published in 1956, Allen Ginsberg's Howl is a prophetic masterpiece—an epic raging against dehumanizing society that overcame censorship trials and obscenity charges to become one of the most widely read poems of the century. / Este fue el primer libro de Allen Ginsberg, y produjo una conmoci..
Women throughout history were subjected to many adjectives: sweet and obedient, hard-working, honest, coherent, happy... Rosa García Perea returns to poetry with this "Breviary for bad women" in which we will find a lucid, mature look around the feminine universe and the innumerable clichés that sur..
John Keats is one of the first and most assiduous cultivators of metapoetry in his century. In this sense, and in others, he already heralds Rimbaud and Rilke. Like the first one, he is a visionary poet. Like the second, he turns what he touches into an art object. Joyful Midas of powerful imaginati..
The figure of Pier Paolo Pasolini (1922-1975) shines like lightning in a post-war European culture. A poet, essayist, and filmmaker, his freewheeling intellectual attitude allowed him to be a lucid, astute, and compassionate commentator on the Italy of his day. For Pasolini, poetry was not only the ..
This book is what I have been able to understand of life in this short breath that I have taken on earth. It is a book for whoever prays. A book so we do not forget that everyone deserves a smile. / Este libro es lo que he podido entender de esta vida en este suspiro que llevo en la tierra, y algun..
Hannah Arendt is recognized as one of the most important thinkers of the 20th century.This volume brings together all of Hannah Arendt's poems for the first time and shows that her work, without a close relationship with poetry, would be inconceivable. / En este volumen se reúnen por primera vez to..
This prodigiously rich collection suggests that Raymond Carver was not only America’s finest writer of short fiction, but also one of its most large-hearted poets. Like Carver’s stories, the more than 300 poems in All of Us are marked by a keen attention to the physical world. / El propio Carver di..
The present selection of texts offers and highlights the most valuable bunch of the lyrical love of Juana Inés de la Cruz. This edition places her lyric of love in the context of the concerns of her intellectual project and it is integrated into the general idea of poetry as inquiry and expression o..
This book completes Daniel Barbadillo's poetic trilogy in which the author approaches poetry from an erotic point of view. In these lines you will find love, heartbreak, and above all an overdose of verses that are engraved in fire in the passion of a shared moment...
Spain’s national epic- it relates the exploits of Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar (c. 1040–99) after being banishes by Alfonso VI for reasons unknown. Gathering an unstopabble raiding party that conquers or exacts tribute from cities in its scope, Rodrigo’s campaigns are commonly represented as part of the R..