Poet in Andalucia by Nathalie Handal
(Pitt Poetry Series)

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“Poems of depth and weight, and the sorrowing song of longing and resolve.”
—Alice Walker

 

About Nathalie Handal

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Nathalie Handal is the author of numerous books, including Love and Strange Horses, a 2011 Gold Medal Independent Publisher Book Award winner, and coeditor of Language for a New Century: Contemporary Poetry from the Middle East, Asia & Beyond. Her work has appeared in many publications, namely, the Guardian, Virginia Quarterly Review, and Guernica Magazine. She is a Lannan Foundation Fellow, recipient of the Alejo Zuloaga Order in Literature 2011, the Pen Oakland Josephine Miles Book Award, and an Honored Finalist for the Gift of Freedom Award, among other honors.
 
Published January 29, 2012 by University of Pittsburgh Press. 144 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Handal’s newest collection is an ambitious work that looks back at Spanish poet Federico García Lorca’s 1940 classic, Poet in New York. Handal says she recreates “Lorca’s journey in reverse,” by narra

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