Carmen Giménez Smith
Giménez Smith’s work explores issues affecting the lives of females, including Latina identity, and frequently references myth and memory. Wolf Schneider, writing in New Mexico Magazine, described Giménez Smith’s poetry as “waves of free verse, incantation and song.” With the publication of Odalisque in Pieces,Giménez Smith was featured as a New American Poet on the Poetry Society of America’s website. Her poems have been included in the anthologies Floricanto Si! U.S. Latina Poets (1998) and Contextos: Poemas (1994).
Giménez Smith is the editor-in-chief of Puerto del Sol and publisher of Noemi Press. She teaches at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Poems By CARMEN GIMéNEZ SMITH
Articles By CARMEN GIMéNEZ SMITH
Blog Posts By CARMEN GIMéNEZ SMITH
- Latino Art and Ekphrasis
- 'What would a haiku/soap opera be without/an evil head nurse?': David Trinidad Live-Haikus Peyton Place
- 'I wander lush-lazy to and fro': Five Newish Poetry Collections
- Listening to Juana Molina and Making a Mixtape
- The Victorious Battles Are Withered Wounds: Translating Pablo de Rokha