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.
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