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Palabras Errantes Latin American Literature in Translation

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Laura Petrecca/ Cherilyn Elston
Laura Petrecca/ Cherilyn Elston

Written by Laura Petrecca. Translated by Cherilyn Elston.   The Days Before. I He leant against the frame and thought he had sunk it in the moment. He could no longer hear those in the next room, probably they had fallen asleep. The other side of the bar, the plateau could be seen perfectly, fluorescent […]

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Written by Laura Petrecca.  Translated by Cherilyn Elston   Facing the dog’s mouth the sound is always the same   the same voice, the song that falters   like when you slept, squashed against glass, crowned with bees in a private plan   like he who smiles in the floor that opens up who knows […]

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Written by Laura Petrecca.  Translated by Cherilyn Elston   The black burns extinguish within   ignited with milk by the sound of the race   what are these faces tattooed with threads but all those years in a foreign city?   where cold rusts like sulphur on bridges, like a girl turning like that which […]

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Written by Laura Petrecca.  Translated by Cherilyn Elston   I see the star revolve retreat above the mute roofs   it does not exist as doubt does not exist when the celestial mattress ties me   and I believe I see but above all I want to know the nerve fertilizing the legs imagine the […]