A great first issue of what is sure to be an important center for critical discussion of not only Latina/Latino poetry but American Poetics as well.

Congrats to all the editors and contributors!

Latino Poetry Review publishes book reviews, essays, and interviews with an eye towards spurring inquiry and dialogue. LPR recognizes that Latino and Latina poets in the 21st century embrace, and work out of, a multitude of aesthetics. With this in mind, its critical focus is the poem and its poetics.

Author: Oscar Bermeo

Born in Ecuador and raised in the Bronx, Oscar Bermeo is the author of the chapbooks Anywhere Avenue, Palimpsest, Heaven Below, and To the Break of Dawn. He lives and works in Oakland, CA.

One thought on “The Newness: LATINO POETRY REVIEW”

  1. Thank you, Oscar, for spreading the word. My hope is that folks respond with some letters to the editor to liven things up a bit.

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