Correspondence • Mónica de la Torre
Mónica de la Torre is the author of The Happy End/All Welcome (Ugly Duckling), Public Domain (Roof), and Talk Shows (Switchback); as well as two books in Spanish published in Mexico City, where she was born and raised. Her translation of Defensa del ídolo (Defense of the Idol), the sole book of poetry by the Chilean modernist Omar Cáceres, was published earlier this year by Ugly Duckling. She teaches in the Literary Arts program at Brown University.
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