April is National Poetry Month! Broaden your horizons with these Latin American poets.

Virgin (2018)

by Analicia Sotelo

Museum of the Americas (2018)

by J. Michael Martinez

Citizen Illegal (2018)

by José Olivarez

Burnt Sugar (2006)

edited by Lori M. Carlson & Oscar Hijuelos

Ink Knows No Borders (2019)

edited by Patrice Vecchione & Alyssa Raymond

The Carrying (2018)

by Ada Limón

¡Manteca! (2017)

edited by Melissa Castillo-Garsow

American Journal (2018)

edited by Tracy K. Smith

Unaccompanied (2017)

by Javier Zamora

Lessons on Expulsion (2017)

by Erika L. Sánchez

Under the Mambo Moon (2011)

by Julia Durango

Nepantla (2018)

edited by Christopher Soto

Slow Lightning (2012)

by Eduardo C. Corral

These Are Not Sweet Girls (1994)

edited by Marjorie Agosín

In the Shadow of Al-Andalus (2011)

by Victor Hernández Cruz

Madwomen (2008)

by Gabriela Mistral

Black Blossoms (2011)

by Rigoberto González

The Black Maria (2016)

by Aracelis Girmay

Woman of the River (1989)

by Claribel Alegría

The Book of What Remains (2010)

by Benjamin Alire Sáenz

Half the World in Light (2008)

by Juan Felipe Herrera

Selected Writings (2005)

by Rubén Darío

Tarumba (2007)

by Jaime Sabines

Drive (2006)

by Lorna Dee Cervantes

Pinholes in the Night (2013)

edited by Forrest Gander

Dreamtigers (1999)

by Jorge Luis Borges

Paper Dance (1995)

edited by Victor Hernández Cruz, et al.

Selected Verse (1995)

by Federico García Lorca

Loose Woman (1994)

by Sandra Cisneros

Cenzontle (2018)

by Marcelo Hernandez Castillo

Cruel Futures (2018)

by Carmen Giménez Smith