Hugo García Manríquez


Hugo Garcia Manriquez author photo, inside a cafe, smiling with his chin resting in his hand

Hugo Garcia Manríquez lives in the Bay Area, where he teaches. Author of several books, among others, the bilingual Anti-Humboldt: A Reading of NAFTA, and more recently, Lo común. Hugo has translated into Spanish William Carlos Williams’ Paterson, and more recently Of Being Numerous by George Oppen. Current projects include two forthcoming selections of poetry by Sean Bonney and Jack Spicer in Spanish

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By Hugo García Manríquez

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