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  • Collection: El corno emplumado / The Plumed Horn

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El corno emplumado 9

"Our first issue of 1964 featured a section of poetry written by painters: Henri Rousseau, Giorgio de Chirico, Paul Klee, Francis Picabia, Jean Arb, Oskar Kokoshka, and Salvador Dali. El Corno #9…


El corno emplumado 10

"El Corno #10 featured primitive poetry from around the world: from the Comanche, Arapaho, Paiute, and Ojibwa of the lower United States; the Tlingites and Eskimos of Alaska; the Ba-iles and Pigmies…


El corno emplumado 11

"Venezuela was prominently featured in El Corno Emplumado #11. Juan Sanchez Pelaez, Rafael Cadenas, Jaime Lopez Sanz, Arnaldo Acosta Bello, Mery-Lu Sananes, Efrain Hurtado, Tarik Souki, Edmundo Aray,…


El corno emplumado 12

"With El Corno #12, it was time for another full-length book, and it was the turn of a Spanish-language poet to be featured in this way. This time we published Aji Tojen by Peruvian Raquel…


El corno emplumado 13

"El Corno #13 featured a large anthology of contemporary poetry from Argentina. Among the 47 Argentine poets represented were: Alejandra Pizarnik, Francisco Madariaga, Alberto Girri, Basilia…


El corno emplumado 14

"El Corno Emplumado #14 featured poetry from the cold—but intensely poetic—lands of northern Europe: Finland and Russia. The Finnish anthology was collected by Anselm Hollo, and showcased such poets…


El corno emplumado 15

"After three and a half years of on-time publication, El Corno had become an institution. With #15 we broke with our tradition of typographic covers, and used our first cover art: a moving photograph…


El corno emplumado 16

"Time for another book. El Corno #16, the bilingual edition of 1965, was Canadian poet George Bowering’s The Man in Yellow Boots / El hombre de las botas amarillas. Sergio Mondragon did the…