Episode 19: Author, poet and singer song-writer Isabel Ros-López

Sound engineer: Oscar Pérez

Author, poet and singer song-writer Isabel Ros-López talked with Literary South about the influence that the Spanish dictatorship had on her as an artist. She also shares a short story, a poem and sings a song she harvested from Venezuela’s folk.

Mentioned in this episode:

Books

Edited by

Chicana writer, feminist activist, poet, essayist, and playwright Cherry Moraga

and

Queer Chicana poet, writer, and feminist theorist Gloria Anzaldúa

Forword by

Toni Cade Bambara

The Bridge poem by poet Dona Kate Rushin

Music

Soledad Bravo sings Cantos de Trabajo (Venezuela’s folk)

Victor Jara Te recuerdo Amanda

Daniel Viglietti Dale tu mano al indio

Related content:

Isabel Ros-López singing The Hummingbird

Poem Where are the women? by Isabel Ros-López (read by Sofia Buchuck)

Poem Thinking of you by Consuelo Rivera-Fuentes (Read by Isabel Ros-López)

 

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