• Poetry: Walt Whitman by Francisco Aragón

    “Walt Whitman”, a poem by Francisco Aragon, traces its roots back to Nicaraguan poet and essayist Rubén Darío. The poem effectively rests in the space between the three writers (Whitman, Darío, and Aragón), but preserves the souls of each.

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  • Kenya, Will you Marry Me? by Philo Ikonya

    Excerpt from Kenya, Will You Marry Me? by Philo Ikonya, the exiled Kenyan poet and novelist. She is known for speaking out against injustice and corruption and has written extensively on governance, mass poverty and post-election violence in Kenya.

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