A Mapmaker's Diary: Selected Poems

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White Pine Press, 2007 - Foreign Language Study - 156 pages
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“Carlota Caulfield has given us a work of great sensuality and rare luminosity, suffused with an intelligence that is both playful and meditative. Her pleasures and discoveries become ours, her tender, often sly observations are crafted for inheritance. But it is Caulfield's devotion to the daily sacred that helps inspire our own.”—Cristina Garcia

A Mapmaker’s Diary gathers a selection of poems from both published and unpublished work in a bilingual format by this verbal acrobat, juggler of words, and magician of memory.

Carlota Caulfield is the author of nine books of poetry. She teaches at Mills College in Oakland, CA.

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Contents

Prologue
11
rueca
22
Áureo ojo el origen
28
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Carlota Caulfield was born in Havana, Cuba. She is the author of nine books of poetry including The Book of Giulio Camillo and Ticket to Ride. She teaches at Mills College in San Francisco, CA. Mary Berg is a professor of Spanish at Harvard University. She has translated many volumes from Spanish including: River of Sorrows by Libertad Demitropulos, Open Your Eyes and Soar: Cuban Women Writing Now, and I Have Forgotten Your Name by Martha Rivera.

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