Marosa di Giorgio


“Like a Mollusk Dissolved in a Cancer of Pearls”: A Review of Marosa di Giorgio’s I Remember Nightfall

These days we often read the news to find out what is important and worth devoting our time and attention to. Serious moral, ethical and life-defining dilemmas arise and must be given due consideration; however, in spite of this, our daily lives with their private ecstasies and agonies continue, and […]


A Selection of Poems by Marosa di Giorgio, translated from the Spanish by Jeannine Pitas

http://www.tupeloquarterly.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Marosa-di-Giorgio-for-Tupelo.pdf     Born in Salto, Uruguay, and raised on her family’s farm, Marosa di Giorgio (1932-2004) is one of the most prominent Uruguayan poets of the twentieth century. During her life she published fourteen books of poetry, three collections of short stories, and one novel. She is now becoming […]