Ricardo Pau-Llosa

BY NewsHour Poetry Series  September 21, 2009 at 9:54 AM EDT

Ricardo Pau-Llosa was born in Havana in 1954 and has lived in the United States since 1960.

His sixth book of poetry, “Parable Hunter” was published this year by Carnegie Mellon Press. Other titles include: “Vereda Tropical” (1999); “Cuba” (1993); “Bread of the Imagined” (1992); and “Sorting Metaphors” (1983).

Pau-Llosa also is a published short fiction writer and a widely published art critic, specializing in Latin American art and serving as a senior editor of Art International magazine.

He lives in Coral Gables, Fla.

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BY NewsHour Poetry Series  September 21, 2009 at 9:54 AM EDT

Ricardo Pau-Llosa was born in Havana in 1954 and has lived in the United States since 1960.

His sixth book of poetry, “Parable Hunter” was published this year by Carnegie Mellon Press. Other titles include: “Vereda Tropical” (1999); “Cuba” (1993); “Bread of the Imagined” (1992); and “Sorting Metaphors” (1983).

Pau-Llosa also is a published short fiction writer and a widely published art critic, specializing in Latin American art and serving as a senior editor of Art International magazine.

He lives in Coral Gables, Fla.

Transcript: Ricardo Pau-Llosa

Hear more from poet Ricardo Pau-Llosa in the extended interview.

Ricardo Pau-Llosa reads four of his poems in this web exclusive.