Hugo García Manríquez

Born in Mexico, Hugo García Manríquez lives in Oakland. His most recent publications in English are Two Poems (Hooke Press, 2013) and Painting is Finite (LRL, 2012). In Spanish Hugo has published No Oscuro Todavía (Práctica Mortal, 2005) and Los Materiales (Tierra Adentro, 2009). His forthcoming book, A-H. Anti-Humboldt, is a bilingual work that intervenes the NAFTA/TLC agreement. His translations into Spanish include William Carlos Williams’s Paterson (México: Aldus, 2009) and George Oppen, among others. Hugo is a graduate student in the Spanish and Portuguese Department at the University of California, Berkeley.

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