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MANDORLA: Issue 11

Heriberto Yépez

El órgano de la risa

(y otros diábolos)issue 11 cover

Rubén Ortiz Torres

The Past Is Not What It Used to Be

(Translated by Roberto Tejada)

elena minor

Three Poems

Pablo de Rokha

“Pablo de Rokha” by Pablo de Rokha

(Translated by Urayoán Noel)

José Ignacio Padilla

Poesía Perú 2007 más acá del verso

Edgar Saavedra

Pedro Favaron

Paul Guillén

Renato Gómez

Carlos Estela

José Carlos Yrigoyen

Maria Melendez

Three Poems

Rosa Alcalá

Five Poems

Yusef Komunyaka

Siete poemas

(Traducción de Omar Pérez)

Renee Gladman

Untitled, Streets of Ravicka

Salvador Gallardo Cabrera

Cinco cajas para una instalacion

Minerva Reynosa

Poemas

Rochelle Owens

Selections from “Solitary Workwoman”

Román Luján

Poemas

Osvaldo Lamborghini

Three Poems

(Translated by Urayoán Noel)

Leonardo Guevara Navarro

Seis poemas

David Matlin

From “It Might Do Well With Strawberries”

Images from Gail Schneider

Gerardo Cárdenas

Ladysmith

Tomás Segovia

Poems

(Translated by Ramón García)

Antonio Mestre-Domnar

Oligárquico como un elefante

Susan Briante

Four Poems

Juan Carlos Galeano

Dos poemas

Carmen Giménez Smith

Three Poems

Gabriel Bernal Granados

Eakins

Francisco Aragón

Poems

Armando González Torres

Perderse para salvarse

Dale Smith

from Susquehanna

Robert Duncan

Poemas

(Traducción de Carlos Miranda)

Roger Snell

Song

Valerie Martínez

from Each and Her

Omar Pérez

Cinco poemas de Lingua Franca

Urayoán Noel

Five Poems

Reynaldo Riva Gallardo

El Callao

Juan Manuel Sánchez

Two Poems

Ramón García

Poems

Ángel Escobar

Veintidos poemas / de dos libros

Lili Maya

De Ángel y cenizas

Kristin Dykstra

“Do I maybe have the biography of a hero.” Notes on Ángel Escobar

Ángel Escobar

Twenty-two poems / from two books

(Translated by Kristin Dykstra)

Francisco Morán

Ángel Escobar: La luz sobre el asfalto

Table of Contents from Past Issues of Mandorla

Special Thanks

This issue was made possible in part by a Program Grant from the Illinois Arts Council as well as partial support from the University of California at San Diego and the University of Texas at Austin (College of Fine Arts).

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