1 Flatland invaded by horsemen in order to restore the springs of holy water. Place of procession and exhalation.
Lucas Margarit (Buenos Aires, 1966) is a poet, translator, and scholar. He has brought out three books of poetry and has written extensively on poetry and poetics, including essays on Beckett, Cavendish, and Shakespeare. He is currently a professor of English Literature at the University of Buenos Aires. The poems here belong to his El libro de los elementos / The Book of Elements (2007).
Katherine M. Hedeen’s latest book-length translations include night badly written (Action Books) and tasks (coimpress by Víctor Rodríguez-Núñez and Nothing Out of This World, an anthology of contemporary Cuban poetry. She is the Poetry Translation Editor for the Kenyon Review and a two-time recipient of a NEA Translation Project Grant. She teaches Spanish and Literary Translation at Kenyon College.
Established in 2000 and edited by Denise Enck, Empty Mirror is an online literary magazine that publishes new work each Friday.
Each week EM features several poems each by one or two poets; reviews; critical essays; visual art; and personal essays.