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Mónica de la Torre

Contributor

Mónica de la Torre

Mónica de la Torre is coeditor of Reversible Monuments: Contemporary Mexican Poetry (Copper Canyon Press). Her full-length poetry collections include Public Domain (2008) and Talk Shows (2007). She has also published the chapbooks Four (Switchback) and The Happy End (Song Cave). With artist Terence Gower, she is author of Appendices, Illustrations and Notes (Smart Art Press). De la Torre’s honors include a New York Foundation for the Arts fellowship. She has edited BOMB Magazine and the Brooklyn Rail. She is pursuing a PhD in Latin American literature at Columbia University and lives in Brooklyn.

Articles by Mónica de la Torre

Doubles
By Mónica de la Torre
From: mcorreche@tubería.com.ar To: Undisclosed recipients Subject: abandonedI am looking for Mónica de la Torre, my biological mother. She traveled from Argentina to Barcelona with my father in 1975.…
Translated from Spanish by the author
Three abandoned Happy Meal containers from McDonald's
Photo by Meghan Hessler on Unsplash.
A Failed Journey
By Aura Estrada
They warned her that one more offense against good behavior and the promised trip to the promised land (the United States) would be cancelled . . .
Translated from Spanish by Mónica de la Torre
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