Exemplary You glimpse a slight copy of liquid belly. Talk about the wind, breed waves on each page, breeding breezes on their veneers. You examine that other in the water-logged bookshelf. Give a meticulous detail of tears opting down very tense cheeks. But this one you pose in your hands (leaves fall apart like butterflies […]
MIGUEL AVERO is a narrator, essayist, teacher and researcher who lives in Montevideo, Uruguay. He directs the “Puerta Chimera” writing workshop, and he has been included in various national and international anthologies, specifically, América Invertida: An Anthology of Emerging Uruguayan Poets (University of New Mexico Press, 2016), edited by Jesse Lee Kercheval. He has published the collection of poems Arca de Aserrín (Ediciones en blanco, 2011), and the novella, Micaela Moon (Travesía Ediciones, 2014; reissued in 2015), and another poetry collection, La Pieza (Walkie Talkie Editions, 2018).