Poet speaks of sadness for himself and the world

Full story: El Paso Times
Pablo Medina's sixth poetry collection, "The Man Who Wrote on Water" , is also his most personal as he explores painful territories such as the death of parents, the dissolution of a marriage, and the loneliness that comes from the loss of those who ground a person to this place called home. Read more
Carmen Calatayud

Arlington, VA

#1 Mar 21, 2011
Rigoberto,
Thank you for this beautifully written book review, and for sharing a book that many of us need in a collective time of grief and fear.

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