Espíritu Santo

“Espíritu Santo” is a poem about the impossibility of communication, except through bursts of emotion. Big River Poetry Review published it this past weekend and will include it in its 2014 anthology. I have to confess I am thrilled as this is probably the most established journal to publish my work. Thank you for reading!


No Wrong Questions

Last night I went to a lecture on the moral limits of a market economy presented by Michael Sandel, which was part of the Hay Festival in Cartagena. Professor Sandel teaches one of the most popular courses at Harvard University. It’s called “Justice” and it’s about how to decide what is right and what is […]


J.D. Salinger’s humble intro

I read a fun book last summer written by Jeffrey Eugenides. It is called The Marriage Plot and is basically a love story between really smart people. One of those involved is a Divinity Studies major, so his love is very transcendent. Prominent among all the forms of prayer he tried was the Jesus Prayer, the same […]