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  • Echoes / Ecos
  • Lindsay Machinist (bio)
    Translated by Jorge R. Sagastume (bio)

Echoes

I wish I could eraseyour touch.Why must my skin rememberyour nails, your bones?The sharpness.The pressure.Shards of glass in my hands and knees.And they'll never come out.They probably flowthrough my veins by now. [End Page 90]

Ecos

Ojalá pudiese olvidarel contacto de tu piel sobre la mía.¿Por qué mi piel tiene que recordartus uñas, tus huesos?Su filo.Su presión.Son trozos de vidrio en las manos y en las rodillasque nunca podré quitarme.Probablemente ahora ya correnpor mis venas. [End Page 91]

Lindsay Machinist

Lindsay Machinist nació y se crió en Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Estudió en Dickinson College y terminó los estudios de bachillerato en 2005. Actualmente reside en Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.

Lindsay Machinist was born and raised in Harriburg, Pennsylvania. She studied at Dickinson College and completed her bachelor's degree in 2005. She currently lives in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.

Jorge R. Sagastume

Jorge R. Sagastume es profesor de literatura hispanoamericana en Dickinson College y fue el premier editor de esta revista.

Jorge R. Sagastume teaches Spanish American literature at Dickinson College and was the first editor of this journal.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1554-7655
Print ISSN
1548-6400
Pages
pp. 90-91
Launched on MUSE
2008-03-19
Open Access
No
Archive Status
Archived 2013
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