A powerfully distilled meditation on the competing costs of freedom and dependence.
Pizarnik is a heroic voyager slaying demons and recovering lost languages . . . . Dabral returns again and again to childhood, to the difference between city and countryside, to a nagging sense of loss.
The old to the new: recent Korean poetry in translation.
Cuban time moves to its own complex rhythms.
“you can't go asking for the impossible.”
“For me to answer that, you’d have to prove that baseball players have souls.”
But you’re a space man, and you needed to build me a bar on an asteroid.
Set aside four containers to chill (but not in the freezer or in outer space).
Elementary: The robber who knows his penal codes and his percentages also knows about literature.
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