Poems translated by Lorena Wolfman

Lorena Wolfman is a poet, translator, teacher and intermodal expressive artist. She is the daughter of a archaeologist and spent her early years in Mexico and traveling throughout Mesoamerica. She received her Master’s degree in Spanish Literature from San Francisco State University; and has translated numerous Latin American and Spanish authors. She has three books poetry in bilingual format: My mother’s necklace / El collar de mi madre, Todo / Everything, and Tsunami. She currently lives in a historic “Pueblo Mágico” in Mexico where she has been teaching and promoting the arts for the last ten years.
  • Three Poems translated from Argentinian Spanish by Lorena Wolfman

    Entering the house from the back without letting anyone know,