Enrique Winter (Chile, 1982) is one of Latin America's most prominent poets of his generation. His books Skyscrapers, Suns and Sign Tongue –which was awarded both the Pablo de Rokha and the Goodmorning Menagerie prizes– are available in English. His most recent collection is Variaciones de un día, co-written with José Kozer. He is also a novelist and atranslator of Dickinson, Chesterton, Larkin, Howe and Bernstein. Winter leads the Creative Writing diploma at PUCV.
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