“…Three Poets, Marlena Maduro Baraf, Carmen Bardeguez-Brown, and Julio César Paz …a unique collection of poetry that is an act of kinship and a compelling documentary of language in time. These three voices rally the power of poetry in a global way, from New York to Hanoi to Chiang Mai.” –Elaine Sexton, author of Drive.
“The fact that three Latino poets collaborated on this work gives the book a nuanced and more complex vision. These poet-travelers offer us a feast of images from their adopted societies. They present us with what is new and different while remembering that which was left behind.” –Dahlma Llanos-Figueroa, Author of Daughters of the Stone, A Woman of Endurance, and Indomita.
“Three beautiful poets, connected by history, by their love of words, and by their desire to tell us what they know, have given us this unusual, memorable collection of friendship, and of understanding.” –Esther Cohen, Poet, New York.