Tag Archives: Pedro Serrano

Leonora, Linares and the Alebrijes, 1

(I’ve been meaning and indeed longing to get back to this account of my non-encounter with Leonora Carrington two years ago in Mexico City, and to describe what I met instead. Revisiting my drafts within a month of the earthquake … Continue reading

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From the Miniature to the Virtual: Informationist Dundee

Like several  Scottish and Northern cities which have struggled with their changing identity – are they, as formerly, principally provincial conglomerations, or can they become something more, something capable of rebalancing the stacked centre/region dichotomy? – Dundee has performed and … Continue reading

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Pedro Serrano’s Peatlands

(This is my intro to the just-out selection of poems by the marvellous Mexican poet, Pedro Serrano, editor of Periodico de Poesia. Anna Crowe is the (excellent) translator in Arc‘s ongoing and highly recommended Visible Poets series. As I’ve said … Continue reading

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