Ezequiel Zaidenwerg


Una traición más alta: Contemporary Mexican Poets, II – edited by Jesse Lee Kercheval and Ezequiel Zaidenwerg

    This is the second half of the feature on contemporary Mexican poets, curated by the Argentinian poet and translator Ezequiel Zaidenwerg and myself. The first one in TQ 20 featured an introduction by me, an interview with Zaidenwerg and the work of five poets. You can read it […]


Una traición más alta: Contemporary Mexican Poets, edited by Jesse Lee Kercheval and Ezequiel Zaidenwerg

As a translator of Uruguayan poetry, I am always telling the world that Uruguay is a country full of poets. And that’s true. But it is also a country with a population of 3.3 million. Mexico is a country of poets—with a population of 126 million. I love sheer quantity […]