Author: Ana Belen Lopez

Ana Belén López, 1961, Culiacán, Sinaloa. López studied at the Ibero-american University in Mexico City (la Universidad Ibero americana de la Ciudad de México) where she received a bachelor's degree in Latin American Literature and a master's degree in Modern Literature. As a professor of literature, she has taught 20th century Latin American Narrative and Poetry for more than 20 years. She is the author of four books of poetry-Alejándose avanza (Drifting off Drives on), Del barandal (From the railing), Silencios (Silences), and Retrato hablado (Spoken portrait). Her poetry has been translated into several languages and has been published in a wide array of national media including the journals Pauta, Letras Libres, and Revista de la Universidad, among others. Since 2001 she has published the column "Imágenes sueltas (Loose images)" in the Mazatlán-based paper Noroeste (Northwest) .

red if it could be red // rojo si pudiera rojo
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red if it could be red // rojo si pudiera rojo

Anomalous Press

Poetry. Latinx Studies. Translated by Ryan Greene. Ana Belén López writes poems that are concise beyond measure. Supersaturated. Distilled. She brings her readers into contact with the connective tissues of experience—the space between moments, the ...

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