Rimbaud’s Daughter
by Mario Meléndez

Translated by Eloisa Amezcua The girl with an open dress wakes at the hour when words are on holiday because she herself is a holiday as she stretches her thighs to the sun and the wind runs over her with its infinite fingers A glass tricycle awaits her on the flowered patio and a nest … Continue reading Rimbaud’s Daughter
by Mario Meléndez

Mario Meléndez

Mario Meléndez (Linares, 1971) studied Journalism at La República University of Santiago, Chile. Figured among his books are: Autocultura y juicio (with prologue from the National Prize of Literature, Roque Esteban Scarpa) Apuntes para una leyenda and Vuelo subterráneo. In 1993 he received the Municipal Prize of Literature in the Bicentennial of Linares. His poems … Continue reading Mario Meléndez

Volume 17, Issue 2 is now online

Cider Press Review, Volume 17, Issue 2 is now online. Enjoy new poems and reviews by Katherine L. Holmes, Hillary Kobernick, M Ross Henry, Richard Dinges, Jr., Mario Melendez, Eloisa Amezcua, David Koehn, Lois P. Jones, Rhiannon Thorne, Katie Manning, Meredith McDonough, Devon Miller-Duggan, Francesca Bell, George Drew, Virginia Bell, Maggie Rosen, Colleen Michaels, Michael … Continue reading Volume 17, Issue 2 is now online