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The New Words Without Borders: The Future of Reading the World
By The Editors
Nearing its twentieth anniversary, the premier publication for international literature reimagines what is to come.
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Embers Fed
By Xavier Valcárcel
The anti-mythical poetry of Xavier Valcárcel, translated here by Raquel Salas Rivera, re-sculpts the domestic, taking on Virgil and the patriarchy as it winds from old bedrooms to taxis fleeing to Punta Cana.
Translated from Spanish by Raquel Salas Rivera

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