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Antonio Gamoneda (1931) is a Spanish poet.  He was awarded with the inaugural European Prize for Literature, the Reina Sofia Award, and the Cervantes Prize, the highest honor in Spanish literature. He is the author of Sublevación inmóvil / Motionless Revolt (1960), Descripción de la mentira /A description of the Lie ( 1977), Edad /Age (Poetry 1947–1986 ), amongst others. Written in the 1960s and censored for political reasons in Francoist Spain, Castilian Blues was only published in 1982. This is its first English edition.  Translated by Benito del Pliego & Andrés Fisher. Art cover: "En Geometría" by Iván Blanco.  Peek inside

Man in Blue is an essay on the painter Francis Bacon (1909-1992), written from the perspective of the poet Óscar Curieses. Based on the extensive bibliography available on Bacon, the author expands upon the works produced by such critics as David Sylvester, Michael Peppiatt and Gilles Deleuze, to offer an innovative approach, in the form of a posthumous diary, to this fundamental twentieth-century artist. Peek inside

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Basarab Nicolescu

Poetic Theorems

“Landing between prose and poetry, science and art, philosophy and spirituality, The Hidden Third charismatically disseminates a new renaissance transmission. Leaving the reader breathless, re-imagined, re-generated. Mind duly sanctified.”

Gary P. Hampson

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Vicente Valero is a writer of great metaphysical profundity, but a metaphysical withal, no abstract. He has the privilege of observing both death and love.

 Octavio Paz

 Nobel Prize for Literature,1990


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 Javier Moreno 


Kubrick, Malkovich, Einstein and everything else. A piece of quantum prose

Don DeLillo

Plots bore me

A review of Alma by

 Michelle Murray

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Brief Notes on Science, Fear, Relationships, Music and Bloom- Literature


In bursts of humor and wit, Tavares leads the reader on a jaunt—through the pages, through a series of thought exercises—until we, perhaps, have precluded the possibility of return.

Ilina Logan

The Columbia Review

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