Described as “a disturbing collection of poems, ideal to read before going to the bed (or the grave),” Cadáver de bailarina y otros poemas [Body of a Dancer and other poems] (Lulu, 2011) is a new book by Rosalina Martínez González.
Description: A dancer who returns from death to complete the mise-en-scène. Centuries-old night owls meditate about their craft: blood; oriental spirits who tell of their adventures from the body of their victims, and conversations with more or less famous dead people. Cadáver de bailarina y otros poemas reflects on various phenomena surrounding the death, dark feelings and emotions contained from the perspective of the beings that take center stage. A collection of poems of improbable post-mortem experiences, ideal to read before going to bed (or the grave).
Rosalina Martínez González holds a B.A. in comparative literature from the University of Puerto Rico-Río Piedras and an M.A. in publishing from the University of Salamanca. She presently lives and works in Madrid, Spain.
For more information, see http://cadaverdbailarina.blogspot.com/ and http://www.authorsden.com/visit/viewwork.asp?AuthorID=44138