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A poet with all the authority of a master. — Mark Strand (The New York Times Book Review)
One of the great names in the literature of our language. — Pablo Neruda
Witty, irreverent, and penetrating insights into the absurdities and contradictions of modern life. — Dave Oliphant (Texas Observer)
Includes a great introduction to Parra and his work by the translator that effortlessly mixes personal anecdote and historical context. — Jesse Tangen-Mills (Bookslut)
Liz Fania Werner has lived and studied in Valparaíso, Chile. She recently completed an antiwar public poetry installation, "Blackout Poems," and is currently working on her first novel and conducting poetry-writing workshops in a juvenile detention center in her native New York City.