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The End of the World Came to My Neighborhood is a collection of poems invaluable in confidences, a wagon loaded with revealed secrets. Báez has honed a talent for turning conversant language into fiery rhetoric, a mix of cool observations, pop-cultural connoisseurship, and crackling street smarts.

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The End of the World Came to My Neighborhood is a collection of poems invaluable in confidences, a wagon loaded with revealed secrets. Báez has honed a talent for turning conversant language into fiery rhetoric, a mix of cool observations, pop-cultural connoisseurship, and crackling street smarts.
Autorenporträt
Frank Báez, born in the Dominican Republic in 1978, has published six books of poetry, a short story collection, and three nonfiction books. In 2006 he received the Short Story Prize of the Santo Domingo International Book Fair for Págales tú a los Psicoanalistas, and in 2009 he won the Salomé Ureña National Poetry Prize for Postales. In 2017 he was selected by the Hay Festival as a member of Bogotá39, the list of the best Latin American writers under forty years of age. His work has appeared in numerous anthologies, and translations of his books of poetry have been published in Arabic, Dutch, German and English.