A winner of the prestigious poetry award named for the Nobel laureate Octavio Paz—in a special bilingual edition featuring English and Spanish translations.
These poems were written during days spent clearing river debris while the author was living along the Hudson River in Manhattan. They speak of these wanderings in the imaginary landscape of a nomadic subject who erases and rewrites.
This volume by Venezuelan poet Dinapiera di Donato earned the Paz Prize for Poetry, presented by the National Poetry Series and The Center at Miami Dade College.
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