Nahualliandoing Dos is the second publication in Aztlan Libre Press’ Indigenous Voices Series. The Indigenous Voices Series publishes important literary, artistic and cultural work by American Indians and World Indigenous Voices.
This 52-page publication includes 28 poems by 19 poets from around the U.S., amongst them such veteran writers as Francisco Alarcón, Carlos Cumpián, Reyes Cárdenas, and Esmeralda Bernal. Other poets include María Cifuentes, Israel Haros López, Miguel Ángeles, Adriana Alexander, Karen An-hwei Lee, Xanath Cáraza, Hector Chavana, Xico González, Scott Hernández, Luisa Leija, Marisol Picazo, Diana Noreen Rivera, Ken “Bluetown” Treviño, Adrianna Herrera and Michelle Zamora. Many of these writers are educators, scholars and professors; all are writers experimenting with languages, and broadening community.
All of the poems selected for this publication include all three languages: Nahuatl, Epañol and English. A glossary of Nahuatl words is also included. Printed on archival and acid free paper.
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