Ahead of Sunday’s presidential election in Mexico, the poet Luis Felipe Fabre has adapted Leonard’s poem and a collective reading will take place in Mexico City on Saturday.
Lucia Hinojosa is a writer and artist living and working in Mexico City. She co-founded diSONARE magazine, a bilingual arts publication.
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