by María Sanz

Translated by Lola Hidalgo-Calle and Mark Putnam I never enter, I surrender to its noble narrowness of winters without escape with braziers in the background. The dawn’s scattered clouds remain vigil, wearing wandering blond lace to bent embroidere. When it gets dark, I look at every cloak of rain whose braiding thread still stands over … Continue reading Vírgenes
by María Sanz

María Sanz

María Sanz is a Spanish poet born in Seville, Spain in 1956. Since childhood, she has written about her experiences in her native city. She wrote her first poems at thirteen years of age following the styles of Antonio Machado and Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer. Her style has developed over the years to one which is … Continue reading María Sanz

CPR Volume 18-1

January, 2016 T A B L E of C O N T E N T S POEMS Danielle Mitchell, Knowledge Janet Hagelgans, First Kill Judy Kronenfeld, Hallowed Freeze, Exalted Thaw Amanda Lou Doster, You are expected to be more decorous than linoleum Jennifer Bullis, In That Time of Skiing I Was Always Wrong T.J. Sandella, … Continue reading CPR Volume 18-1