Latin American poetry is so vast and overwhelming! I don’t know where to start! Yep. But Will Druce is here with a rough guide to Federico García Lorca, a look at where his writing intersects with Frank O’Hara and Rimbaud, and plenty else to say about writing and reading outside English. We also chat about building and rebuilding poetry communities when moving around the world, not publishing, and straight up beauty.
- A Supermarket in California by Allen Ginsberg
- Lorca’s Duna
- Envelopes of Air by Ada Limón and Natalie Diaz (New Yorker poems-as-letters project)
- Frank O’Hara’s Personism: A manifesto
- Today by Frank O’Hara