Astrid Cabral is a leading poet and environmentalist from the Amazonian region of Brazil. She is the translator of Thoreau’s Walden into Portuguese. Recent collections of her poetry include The Anteroom, Gazing Through Water, Word in the Spotlight, Intimate Soot, and Cage (second expanded edition). Her poems have appeared in Pleiades, Runes, Sirena, Amazonian Literary Review, Bitter Oleander, Catamaran, Cincinnati Review, Confrontation, Dirty Goat, Evansville Review, Per Contra, Poetry East, Poets at Work, and Osiris. Her book Cage, Amazonian animal poems translated by Alexis Levitin, appeared from Host Publications in July 2008.
How to Cite:
Cabral, A. and Levitin, A., 2020. Root of Silence . Latin American Literary Review, 47(94).