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Alejandro Saravia

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Alejandro Saravia

Alejandro Saravia was born in Cochabamba, Bolivia, and since 1986 has lived in Quebec, where he works as a journalist. His work has appeared in publications across Canada and the United States, including Quiebre, Tinta y Sombra, Mapalé, Alter Vox, The Fourth River, and Cactus Heart. In addition to his novel Rojo, amarillo y verde (2003), he has published six books of poems and a short fiction volume about the fortieth anniversary of the Chilean coup d’état, Cuarenta momentos chilenos (2013). He is part of Montreal’s Hispanic-Canadian collective The Apostles Review.

Articles by Alejandro Saravia

Plamondon Metro
By Alejandro Saravia
drawn by the myth of the streets of gold / Santiago Nasar arrives on rue Barclay and becomes a pusher
Translated from Spanish by María José Giménez
Multilingual
Trilingual Day of Rain
By Alejandro Saravia
it’s still raining / as it did at the beginning of time
Translated from Spanish by María José Giménez
The Flowers of War
By Alejandro Saravia
the flowers of war / open at night / on boulevard Saint-Laurent
Translated from Spanish by María José Giménez
The God of Tar and Bone
By Alejandro Saravia
a man standing on the tracks / stares at a train as it advances / with a moan of metal and night
Translated from Spanish by María José Giménez
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