Ezequiel Zaidenwerg (Buenos Aires, 1981). Poet and translator. He is the author of Doxa (Vox, 2007), La lírica está muerta (Vox, 2011), among others. His poems have been translated into several languages and he is recognized for his good command of prosody and classical metrics. His translation works have been published in books such as Ben Lerner. Doppler Elegies (Kriller71, 2015) and in the author's own blog. He currently lives in New York.
What is Poetry? (Yo es Nosotrxs)
Poetry is a collective and public art because imperceptibly but obstinately pushes the uses and limits...