Olivia Maciel Libros

Limestone Moon

In Limestone Moon Olivia Maciel interrogates the inexpressible. Metaphor reaches into a realm of light and darkness to mysteriously converse with the silence enveloping the word. The tinging of this dark light which transcends borders, reveals a vehement and genuine interior, impregnated by the seed of the dream. With almost religious intensity, the poems yield

Astillas De Luz

This bilingual anthology, features the work of 20 Chicago poets whose origins are in Spanish-speaking countries such as Mexico, Puerto Rico, Spain, Honduras, Chile, Argentina, and Cuba. The anthology also includes works by United State citizens whose parents came from Spain or Latin America.

Más Salado Que Dulce

Poetry. Olivia Maciel has a poets sensibility and love of language. She seems to have found the proper tension between the tangible and the ethereal. She uses strong images and lines, they are concise, almost otherworldly. There is pain in her poems but from a survivors stance and much love -Luis J. Rodriguez, author, Always