líneas en tierra / lines in land

Guest edited and translated by Australian-based poets and creatives, Tamryn Bennett and Guillermo Bátiz, líneas en tierra / lines in land showcases selected poems by nine contemporary Mexican poets, including the Mexican-born Bátiz. Beyond borders, walls and masks, this bi-lingual collection celebrates a myriad of contemporary voices that widen the ways we read ‘land’ and the languages of place.

Published by Australian Poetry, this event marks the launch of both the digital-only anthology and an accompanying creative audio-visual clip produced in Mexico City and featuring the guest editors and poets Mónica Nepote and Diego Espíritu.

Presented in partnership with Australian Poetry and funded with the generous support of the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund and the Australia Council for the Arts.