New Poetry from Spain, an anthology
09/26/2012 7:00 pm
Wednesday, September 26th, 7pm
New Poetry from Spain, edited and translated by Marta López-Luaces
Talisman House just published New Poetry From Spain . Bilingual Edition. Edited and Translated from the Spanish by Marta López-Luaces, Johnny Lorenz, and Edwin M. Lamboy.
Poetry by Juana Castro, Antonio Colinas, Jenaro Talens, Luis Alberto de Cuenca, Olvido García Valdés, Diego Martínez Torrón, Francisco Ruiz Noguera, Jaime Siles, César Antonio Molina, Julia Otxoa, Miguel Casado, María Antonia Ortega, Juan Carlos Suñén, Juan Carlos Mestre, Emilio Porta, Tomás Sánchez Santiago, Rodolfo Häsler, Blanca Andreu, Amalia Iglesias Serna, Jorge Riechmann, Marta López-Luaces, Luis Muñoz, Jordi Doce, Vicente Luis Mora, and Ernesto García López.
Marta López-Luaces teaches Spanish and Latin American Literatures at Montclair State University. She has published three books of poetry, Distancias y destierros (1998), Las lenguas del viajero (2005), and Los arquitectos de lo imaginario (2010). She is the co- director of Galerna, a Spanish-language literary journal published in the United States.
Johnny Lorenz teaches literature at Montclair State University. His poems, translations, and critical essays have appeared in many journals. His translation of Clarice Lispector's novel A Breath of Life is forthcoming from New Directions.
Edwin M. Lamboy directs the Secondary Spanish Education Program at The City College of New York. In addition to articles, he is the author of Caribbean Spanish in the Metropolis (2004) and Temas (2006). He is currently working on a book on bilingualism and multilingualism in the Spanish-speaking world.