Coral Bracho Chapbook (Reprint)

Coral Bracho, Katherine Pierpoint, Tom Boll


Coral Bracho was born in Mexico City in 1951. Her six collections to date have established her as one of the leading figures in contemporary Mexican poetry. She was awarded the Premio Nacional de Poesia Aguascalientes for El ser que va a moir (The Being that Is Going to Die, 1982), and the Premio Xavier Villaurrutia for Ese espacio, ese jardin (That Space, That Garden, 2003). She is a member of the Sistema Nacional de Creadores de Arte.

Katherine Pierpoint was born in Northampton in 1961. Her first collection of poetry, Truffle Beds (Faber, 1995), won a Somerset Maugham Award and was shortlisted for the TS Eliot Prize. She was Royal Literary Fund Fellow at the University of Kent at Canterbury and in 2006 was poet in residence at the King's School, Cantebury.

Tom Boll was the assistant director of the Poetry Translation Centre from 2004-07. He is preparing a book on Octavio Paz and TS Eliot for publication, and has taught in the departments of English and Spanish and Latin American Studies at University College, London.

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