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Author: Hugo García Manríquez

Born in Mexico in 1978, Hugo García Manríquez is a poet and translator. His most recent full-length collections are ANTI-HUMBOLDT: A READING OF THE NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT (2015), and Lo común (2018). He has translated William Carlos Williams' Paterson (2009); George Oppen's Of Being Numerous (2019); a collection of essays and poems by Sean Bonney, El lenguaje de las barricadas (2021); After Lorca y otros poemas, an anthology of Jack Spicer's work (2022), among others. He lives in Oakland, California.

Anti-Humboldt: A Reading of the North American Free Trade Agreement
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Anti-Humboldt: A Reading of the North American Free Trade Agreement

Litmus Press/Aldus Editorial

Poetry. Latinx Studies. Second Edition. In 2010 Hugo García Manríquez set out to work through the North American Free Trade Agreement in Spanish and English. The result is a bilingual artifact that interrupts and re-politicizes NAFTA's neoliberal la...

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Commonplace
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Commonplace

Cardboard House Press

COMMONPLACE examines the layers of colonial and geopolitical violence that underlie both contemporary landscapes of Mexico City and the nation’s literary institutions. COMMONPLACE examines the layers of colonial and geopolitical violence that under...

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