Poetry Comes Out of My Mouth — Mario Santiago Papasquiaro (Dialogos Books)

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The following is the introduction to Poetry Comes out of My Mouth, a collection of Mario Santiago Papasquiaro’s poems translated by Arturo Mantecn and published by Dialogos/Lavender Ink in.

Mantecn’s new book of translations, Poetry Comes Out of My Mouth: Selected Poems of Mario Santiago Papasquiaro, truly captures Santiago’s meaning and flavor.Mantecn, ever on the look-out for poets to translate from Spanish to English, has discovered mexico city poet, Mario Santiago (his pen name) to bring to the English speaking world.

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Newly Translated Poetry from Mario Santiago Papasquiaro. His long free verse lines, reminiscent of the American Beats, are irreverent but also erudite, and his work is peppered with allusions and homages to Rimbaud, Artaud, Pound, Beckett, Bataille, Mallarm, Burroughs, Brautigan, Shakespeare and others.

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Mario Santiago Papasquiaro is the pen name of Jos Alfredo Zendejas Pineda, Mexican poet and co-founder of the infrarrealista poetry movement along with Roberto Bolao.He died after being hit by a car on January 10, 1998 in Mexico City.

Papasquiaro’s poetry has echos of Csar Vallejo and Bolao, but he is a unique poet, with a strong, authentic, and complex voice. His work, full of rapidly shifting references, languages, and tones, is so rich and multi-voiced that readers will each encounter a different poet, a poet that seems to be speaking to you quite specifically.

Masterfully translated by Arturo Mantecn, with original artwork by Maceo Montoya, hopefully POETRY COMES OUT OF MY MOUTH will bring recognition to one of the most important Mexican poets of the twentieth century. "The poetry of legendary Mexican poet Mario Santiago Papasquiaro is little known in the USA.

Kweli Journal. Maceo Montoya grew up in Elmira, California. He comes from a family of artists, including his father Malaquias Montoya, a renowned artist, activist, and educator, and his late brother, Andrs Montoya, whose poetry collection The Iceworker Sings and Other Poems won the American Book Award in 2000.