New Anthology of Spanish Caribbean Poetry: Isla Escrita

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Isla Escrita: Antología de la Poesía de Cuba, Puerto Rico y República Dominicana. 

Edited by Néstor E. Rodríguez (Amargord Ediciones, 2018)

Written against the backdrop of the crises of the great historical models of society in the Hispanic Caribbean: the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (1952), the Cuban Revolution (1959) and the democracy of the post-civil war in the Dominican Republic (1965), the poetry of the last two decades of the twentieth century and the new millennium thematizes this imbalance while rehearsing modes of listening and gazes linked to extra-island imaginaries.

Here are the poets included:

CUBA

Reina María Rodríguez (1952)

Emilio García Montiel (1962)

Ricardo Alberto Pérez (1963)

Antonio José Ponte (1964)

Pedro Marqués de Armas (1965)

Irina Pino (1965)

Damaris Calderón (1967)

José Ramón Sánchez (1972)

Ramón Hondal (1974)

Javier Marimón (1975)

Marcelo Morales (1977)

Oscar Cruz (1979)

Jamila Medina Ríos (1981)

Legna Rodríguez Iglesias (1984)

Sergio García Zamora (1986)

PUERTO RICO

Aurea María Sotomayor Miletti (1951)

Joserramón Melendes (1952)

Servando Echeandía (1956)

Rafael Acevedo (1960)

Juan Carlos Quintero Herencia (1963)

Sylvia Figueroa (1970)

Noel Luna (1971)

J. P. Emmanuel (1971)

Luis Arturo Pérez (1971)

Irizelma Robles (1973)

Juan Carlos Rodriguez (1975)

Yara Liceaga (1977)

John Torres (1977)

Mara Pastor (1980)

Jocelyn Pimentel Rodríguez (1980)

Margarita Pintado (1981)

Zaira Pacheco (1987)

REPÚBLICA DOMINICANA

 Alexis Gómez Rosa (1950)

Carlos Rodríguez (1951)

Plinio Chahín (1958)

José Mármol (1960)

León Félix Batista (1964)

Médar Serrata (1964)

Rebeca Castellanos (1965)

Homero Pumarol (1971)

Sussy Santana (1976)

Ariadna Vásquez Germán (1977)

Frank Báez (1977)

Alejandro González Luna (1983)

Natacha Batlle (1984)

Lery Laura Piña (1984)

Yaissa Jiménez (1986)

Neronessa (1988)

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