The Argentine poet Tamara Kamenszain is a prolific author. Her many works include El texto silencioso, Tradición y vanguardia en la poesía sudamericana, La casa grande, Vida de living, La edad de la poesía, Tango bar, and Solos y solas. Kamenszain has been awarded the John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, the Pablo Neruda Presidential Medal, and numerous other international poetry awards.To purchase the book, please click here
Victoria Estol was born in Montevideo, Uruguay, in 1983. Her poetry has earned a commendation from National Pablo Neruda Competition for Young Poets, and it is featured in the anthologies Cualquiercosario (2013), co-edited between Uruguay (Yaugurú) and Spain (Libros de la imperdible), and Fixture (2014), co-edited by the Argentine publishers Chuy and Malaletra. Her poetry also has appeared in a diversity of international journals. Bicho Bola (Yaugurú, 2013) is her first full-length book of poetry.To purchase the book, please click here
The Indian poet Rati Saxena is also an accomplished translator, Vedic Scholar, and editor. She has published nine collections of poetry, a critical book on the renowned Malayalam poet Balamani Amma, a memoir, and a travelogue. She also has translated more than 15 works, both prose and poetry, into Hindi, and she won the Kendriya Sahitya Akedemy award for translation for the year 2000. She is a proud founding member and representative from Asia of the World Poetry Movement. As a scholar, she specializes in the study of the Vedas, especially the Atharva Veda, and secured a Ph.D. in Sanskrit from the University of Rajasthan. With a distinguished fellowship from the Indira Gandhi National Center for Arts, her scholarship on the Atharva Veda has been published as The Seeds of the Mind, offering readers a fresh, feminist approach to the study of the ancient text.
Originally from Argentina and currently living in the United States after many years in Spain, Zulema Moret is the author of the poetry collections Cuaderno de viaje solitario (Contrapunto, 1985), Cazadora de Sueños (Torremozas, 2003) Un ángel al borde del volcán ardiendo (Vox, 2007), Lo gris (Vox, 2012), Poesía reunida (ArtePoética Press, 2014), and Poemas del desastre (Torremozas, 2015). Her poetry has been translated into English, German, French and Italian, and she has read her literary work at conferences and festivals around the world, including those in Austria, Budapest, Chile, France, India, Mexico, Spain, the United States, and Venezuela. She is Professor of Latin American Literature in Grand Valley State University, Michigan, USA.