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AnaMia Place Dedicated to Poetry and Mexico - A place dedicated to Mexican poetry, netpoetry and young poets on the net.
AnaMia's Place - " . . . translated poems written by well-known Mexican poets, and some netpoems . . . ."
Carilda Oliver Labra - Small selection by the Cuban poet (*1922) in English translation.
Carmen Iriondo - Biography, works, music.
David Rosenmann-Taub - Contemporary Latin American poet, author of Cortejo y Epinicio, El Cielo en la Fuente, and other acknowledged masterpieces of Hispanic literature.
Famous Poets - Neruda, Paz - Poetry by famous poets, among them Pablo Neruda and Octavio Paz in English translation.
Jaime Saenz - Five poems by the Bolivian poet (1921-1986) translated by Kent Johnson and Forrest Gander.
Pages of Twentieth Century Mexican Poetry/Páginas de poesía mexicana - An archive of modern Mexican poetry, with originals and translations into English and French.
Pares cum Paribus Nº 4: Índice - Issue of a Chilean e-zine, with a selection of contemporary poetry (as well as essays and fiction) in English and Spanish side-by-side.
Peruvian Poetry Translations - A generation of Peruvian poets - Antonio Cisneros, Mirko Lauer, Marcos Matos, Abelardo Sanchez Leon and Blanca Varela - translated to English by Michael L. Smith.
Poetry Brazil from Colonial to Contemporary - Poetry in Brazil is separated in two time frames: the colonial period from 1500 AD up to independence in 1822. The national period from the year 1822 up to present time. Brazilian poems reflect political, cultural and economical movements nourished by tradition, religion and the language of native Indians, African slaves and European immigrants.
Poetry of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz - A small selection in English translation by Alan S. Trueblood.
Shadows of Memories - Gloria Herman Florez - Poetry by Gloria Herman Florez (Colombia) in Spanish and English translation.
Throwing Error - and other poems by Alexis Gómez Rosa (*1950, Dominican Republic) in Spanish and English translation by Kim Mattson.
UCT Poetry Web: Nancy Morejón - Madre / Mother by Cuban poet Nancy Morejón.
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