Today's poem is "Giant Slayer Man"

from Fourteen Hills

Ricardo Pau-Llosa's last four poetry titles are from Carnegie Mellon, the latest Parable Hunter. Last fall, The Snite Museum of Art at the University of Nortre Dame featured Parallel Currents: Highlights of the Ricardo Pau-Llosa Collection of Latin American Art and published a book to accompany the exhibition.

Other poems by Ricardo Pau-Llosa in Verse Daily:
January 27, 2007:   "Semilla" " As with galaxies, with flowers..."

Books by Ricardo Pau-Llosa:

Other poems on the web by Ricardo Pau-Llosa:
"Flight to L.A."

Ricardo Pau-Llosa's Website.

Ricardo Pau-Llosa according to Wikipedia.

About Fourteen Hills:

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Fourteen Hills: The SFSU Review * Department of Creative Writing * San Francisco State University * 1600 Holloway Avenue * San Francisco, CA 94132-1722 Poetry Editors: Stephen Rosenshein
Other poems by Fourteen Hills in Verse Daily:
March 25, 2011:   "[Without Objectivity]" by Maxine Chernoff
March 23, 2011:   "In the Early Morning in the Cypress Grove" by Michael Schiavo
September 15, 2010:   "(Save)" by Alison Doernberg
May 9, 2010:   "Drift" by Gregory Mahrer
May 8, 2010:   "Definition:" by MRB Chelko
August 28, 2009:   from Catabolism by Tsering Wangmo Dhompa
August 26, 2009:   "Dear P. XII" by Victoria Chang
August 25, 2009:   "Certainly Uncertain: a love of tone poem" by Bob Hicok
August 24, 2009:   "Was to Have Been Called Whip-poor-will" by Lisa Olstein

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