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El Salvador

By Lauri García Dueñas
to the rain looming over mexico city open your jaws for us make kids laugh dogs bark
Translated from Spanish by Olivia Lott
The Winners of the 2021 Words Without Borders—Academy of American Poets Poems in Translation Contest
By Words Without Borders
This prize-winning translation haunts.
“It’s Us and Them”: Writing from and about Divided Countries
By Susan Harris
In the current environment of relentless political strife . . . debate deteriorates into name-calling; partisans morph into zealots, complex issues are reduced to binary terms, and hostility seethes just beneath the surface.
Fifteen Days
By Claudia Hernández
They’d take the girls to the hills for three or five days.
Translated from Spanish by Julia Sanches
By Horacio Castellanos Moya
“He is a survivor, but he doesn’t write like one.”—Roberto Bolaño
Translated from Spanish by Samantha Schnee