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  • Collection: El corno emplumado / The Plumed Horn

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El corno emplumado 1

"El Corno Emplumado 1 was the first issue of a new bilingual quarterly out of Mexico City. Sergio Mondragon, Harvey Wolin (who left the project shortly after this issue), and Margaret walked Mexico…


El corno emplumado 2

"El Corno’s first issue quickly established its authenticity—the promise that we would publish quarterly and that the journal’s pages would serve poetry rather than the other way around. Now,…


El corno emplumado 3

"Now the journal was making a name for itself. The typographical covers, with the publication’s name in continuous script across the top and the issue’s contributor’s names in continuous script…


El corno emplumado 4

"As we approached the end of our first year, we decided to devote the entire last issue of each year to a book by a single poet—in bilingual, facing text format. This would require a great deal of…


El corno emplumado 5

"We begin our second year! To cut costs, with El Corno #5 we experimented with a different quality paper. It was an experiment we would not repeat. (El Corno was printed back in the days of linotype…


El corno emplumado 6

"Thomas Merton, the Trappist monk at Gethsemani, Kentucky, read El Corno and wrote to us. He was a featured contributor to El Corno #5. It also had work by Diane Wakoski, Andre Breton, Ernesto…


El corno emplumado 7

"El Corno #7 featured work by William Carlos Williams, Raquel Jodorowsky, Edmundo Valadez, Clayton Eshleman, Kenji Matsumoto, Robert Kelly, Barbara Moraff, William Wroth, Fielding Dawson, Eugenio…


El corno emplumado 8

"Following in the tradition we had established of making our last issue of each year a bilingual book by an individual poet, this time it would be one who wrote in English. El Corno 8 was a book by…