Palabras Errantes Latin American Literature in Translation

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My Neighbour without Men
My Neighbour without Men

By Dinapiera Di Donato. Translated by Fionn Petch.   a fence made of cactus marked the home of the sting ray’s harpoon her black veils rippled no one talks to her not the breeze, not the dried-up well the girls from Madeira sell lace from a white bundle they feel like pigeons beneath her gaze avoid […]