Desentrañando Memorias – Unravelling Memories / Bilingual Poetry by various authors
Bilingual poetry (Spanish/English)
Edited by Consuelo Rivera Fuentes
Victorina Press (2017)
“Without memory, there is no history and our bodies float in a kind of existential limbo devoid of time and space. In this bilingual anthology written by Latin American poets living in the
, body and memory appear intrinsically interwoven in a continuum of time, where memories exist in multiple spaces and homelands, particularly when one is an exile or a migrant. As aneditor, I want this anthology to celebrate languages, memory in diversity and to show that as immigrants we contribute much to society.”
Consuelo Rivera-Fuentes, writer, linguist and publisher.
*Authors participating at Desentrañando memorias - Unravelling Memories:
Leo Boix, Andreina Castillo, Munir E. Eluti, Mabel Encinas, Sara Galán Gil, Humberto Gatica-Leyton, Deni Lazo, Bárbara López Cardona, Johnny Mendoza-Navarrete, Valentina Montoya-Martínez, Agustina Musante, Gonzalo Núñez, Fermín Pavez, Enrique Quevedo-Díaz, Isabel Rodas, Federico Sieder, M. Eugenia Soto-Samaniego, Denisse Vargas-Bolaños, Eliseo Vera, Juan Ramón Vergara and Paloma Zozaya.