Set to release April 1, 2015 Adela Najarro's Twice Told Over pushes across the borders of Latin-American poetry with a new eye. A woman's eye that develops a collection of poems that add weight with every page turn. She is warming, energetic, and never holds back without reason. Najarro delivers a fresh take on the supernatural-- her words spring off into borderlessness.
Denise Chávez, author of The King and Queen of Comezón said, "Between Nicaragua and the United States lives the Country of Spirit. This is where poet Adela Najarro breathes a world fresh and merciful with words that spring from the heart of our troubled lands, our families and our desire to love. I applaud her vital, luminescent and transcendent understanding that Mystery can be shared and understood, poem by poem. Embrace her work, for it is our future."
Adela will be attending the AWP Conference this spring on April 8, 2015. This would be a great opportunity to meet her in person, buy a book and get it signed.
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