• Cipota Under the Moon

    Cipota Under the Moon

    Castro Luna, Claudia María

    In a range of prose poems and evocative lyrics that incorporate both translated and untranslated Spanish text, Castro Luna bridges the emotional and geographical distance between a childhood in El Salvador and an adulthood in the United States. - Poetry Foundation

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  • Woman Without Shame

    Woman Without Shame

    Cisneros, Sandra

    The introspective latest from Cisneros (Loose Woman) sweeps through her life with blunt observations and heartfelt prayers.

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  • Golden Ax

    Golden Ax

    Cortez, Rio

    Cortez maps untrodden historical and speculative terrain in poems of stunning breadth and intimacy in this exquisite debut.

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  • Hotel Oblivion

    Hotel Oblivion

    Cruz, Cynthia

    In these brilliant and ethereal poems, Cruz (Guidebook for the Dead) inhabits an almost-invisible subject: someone who, because of the trappings of class and society is "touched and tendered, but never nourished, never fed."

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  • Banana [ ]

    Banana [ ]

    Hlava Ceballos, Paul

    Ceballos’s balance of archival footage with imagined voices of the past brings into sharp focus questions of empire, inheritance, and legacy in ways that resonate beyond national and cultural borders. - Poetry Foundation

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  • Stepmotherland

    Stepmotherland

    Holnes, Darrel Alejandro

    Holnes's ecstatic debut transforms an immigrant's dislocation into a newly discovered sense of belonging.

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  • The Hurting Kind

    The Hurting Kind

    Limón, Ada

    The tender, arresting sixth collection from Limón (The Carrying) is an ode to the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth that characterizes the natural world.

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  • What Flies Want

    What Flies Want

    Pérez, Emily (Poet)

    A stunning look at the peripheries of womanhood. - The Chicago Review of Books

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  • Relinquenda

    Relinquenda

    Regalado, Alexandra Lytton

    CantoMundo fellow Regalado writes of pain and uncertainty while stranded in the United States by pandemic and separated from her family in El Salvador. - Library Journal

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  • We Had Our Reasons

    We Had Our Reasons

    Ruiz, Ricardo

    A collection of poems created by Ricardo Ruiz in collaboration with other members of his Mexican farm community in Eastern Washington. - publisher's description

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