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Colaterales, 2001-2011 by Di Donato, Dinapiera
Colaterales, 2001-2011
by Di Donato, Dinapiera
 
"Di Donato is an ambitious, talented writer; her lush language will engage a wide and diverse audience."
--Library Journal; one of "Thirty Amazing Poetry Titles for Spring 2014"

"Revelatory, a testament to Di Donato’s ability to deconstruct the complex weavings and machinations of the human heart."
--New York Journal of Books

"Dinapiera Di Donato's poetry exhibits a tremendous control of language...She is both ancient and contemporary . . . a vital poet who honors the memory of Octavio Paz."
--Victor Hernández Cruz, author of In the Shadow of Al-Andalus

These poems were written during days spent clearing river debris while the author was living along the Hudson River in Manhattan. The poems speak of these wanderings in the imaginary landscape of a nomadic subject who erases and rewrites.
 
Published December, 2013 by Akashic Books, Paperback, 75 Pages, ISBN: 9781617751912, ISBN-10: 161775191X, List Price $15.95.

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