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. ..
In this vital poetry, the sea of Chile, history, mountains and the Atacama Desert are the canvases in which the collective suffering is drawn, the Dark Night of the Soul who crossed the survivors of the dictatorship, and the words like flags of hope beyond barbarism. Utopia and love are the salvatio..
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..
The poetry of Papasquiaro are poems, and also actions, gestures, interventions: a compulsive and wild writing scribbled on napkins, cup holders, bills and in the margins of someone else’s books. This anthology presents an unpublished selection of poems by Mario Santiago, as well as facsimiles of his..
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..
The love for my parents has led me to write this book, which is a ballad to infinity. A way to tell those who still have them alive, not to miss a single chance to be with them or to give them all the hugs that I am missing. / El amor por mis padres me ha llevado a escribir este libro, que es una b..
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..
Composed of meditating poems emanating from the voice of a man faithful to himself, from the harshness, this book is a long journey through memory and its mysteries, a staging of solitude as a starting point to understand the world. Through stories, memories, readings and portraits of the soul, the ..
Song of Myself,” the premier poem in Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass, is widely believed to be one of the most important poems in American literature. A large part of the brilliance of “Song of Myself” is the raffish playfulness of its diction—the poem belongs to the mid-nineteenth century’s love of ..
From poet, meditator, and speaker Yung Pueblo, comes a collection of poetry and prose that explores the movement from self-love to unconditional love, the power of letting go, and the wisdom that comes when we truly try to know ourselves. / Del poeta, meditador y conferencista Yung Pueblo, llega un..
Of his passage through Mexico, the photographer Charles B. Waite left thousands of images that he himself captured, or that stole from his colleague W. Scott. However, the American artist did not write a single word about this. To fill that emptiness, Francisco Hernández has written Waite's imagined..