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Inhaltsangabe: Xanath Caraza's second full-length collection of verse, Silabas de viento / Syllables of Wind, establishes her as a premiere author of both Spanish and English verse. Her global reach is always rooted in her Indigenous American heritage. A native of Xalapa and resident of Kansas City, Caraza gives testimony to the powerful transformative experience of global identity. "From Olmeca land to Bilbao, Andalusia, Morocco, Bosnia, and back to the Midwest, Xanath Caraza's words flow like chants calling us back to the mystery and majesty of our ancient ones who surround us in the physical world. Her written imagery calls forth a poetic spirit in me that I did not hear before. I am grateful." Lara Medina, author of Las Hermanas: Chicana/Latina Religious-Political Activism in the U. S. Catholic Church (Temple University Press) "Reading these poems means disentangling those mysterious underpinnings, that commitment to culture itself, joined in a universal whole, in which there is an expression of the splendor of the jungle, the healing of the shaman, the sacred animal who we are as well, and a luminous daybreak overcoming death." Carlos J. Aldazabal, Introduccion / Introduction Xanath Caraza teaches at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and presents readings and workshops in Europe, Latin America, and the U.S. Her book of verse Conjuro (Mammoth) and book of short fiction Lo que trae la marea / What the Tide Brings In (Mouthfeel) have won national and international recognition.

Review: "Wind is the poet's voice, in Nahuatl, English or Spanish as lyrical and incantatory as birdsong, as terse as the gentle flow and surge in tidal or river pools, or the rhythms of light and shadow as a breeze moves swiftly through a forest. It is Caraza's erudite voice that guides us on a journey across oceans and rivers, through forests and new or old world cities and villages, galleries and homes to find the vital element at the core of art, music and poetry: the resilient and powerful human spirit."

             -Lucha Corpi, author of Confessions of a Book Burner: Personal Essays

 

 
 

"From Olmeca land to Bilbao, Andalusia, Morocco, Bosnia, and back to the Midwest, Xánath Caraza's words flow like chants calling us back to the mystery and majesty of our ancient ones who surround us in the physical world. Her written imagery calls forth a poetic spirit in me that I did not hear before."          
            
               -Lara Medina, author of Las Hermanas: Chicana/Latina Religious-Political          Activism in the U. S. Catholic Church (Temple University Press)

"Xánath Caraza's dynamic linguistic skills are evident in this new collection, but the subterranean language of Cuahtemoc's Nahuatl also finds its face and reflection in the glow of her inspired poetic work. Caraza is a 21st century Latina literary treasure."
                                    
 -Carlos Cumpián, author of Armadillo Charm (Tia Chucha Press) and editor, March Abrazo Press

"To read Sílabas de viento/Syllables of Wind, either in the Spanish original or in the certain, clear translation of Sandra Kingery, is a great pleasure. This collection reaffirms what readers of Caraza's earlier work have always known: we are in the presence of a poet for whom poetry is an essential lens for making sense not only of her life, but through whose we can know our own."
                 
 -Mark Statman, poet and translator of Poet in New York: A Bilingual Edition by Federico García Lorca (Grove Press)
 

"I remember Xánath Caraza conversing with the horizon on the terraces of the Alhambra. It was a type of invocation, a kind of silent mantra that expressed the dialogue the poet was maintaining with the world. In that world, the history of Federico García Lorca and the Arab tradition of Andalucía joined forces with a Nahuatl manifestation of deepest America, the culture of the poet that sparkled in the whistling of the wind, the song of the plumed serpent transformed into the syllables of an intimate prayer."
 
-Carlos Aldazábal, author of Piedra al pecho ( Valparaiso, 2013)

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