The back of the book:
“Jaguar sent me a lover…” says aloud Donna Snyder in The Tongue Has Its Secrets. Powerful images, passion between lines, revisiting female mythological figures, and questioning violence against women are crucial in these poems. Donna reinvents herself through these stanzas, and raises her voice in each of the polychromatic verses full of Latino as well as north European myths, full of words as vaporous signs. Let’s walk along her side and discover the secrets of the tongue.
—Xánath Caraza, recipient of the 2015 International Book Award for Poetry
Thank you, Professor Caraza.
Take a moment and read a review of Valentin Sandoval’s new book. It’s worthy of your time.
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An interview by Cindy Huyser
A Virtual Interview with Donna Snyder.