Elisa Díaz Castelo

Elisa Díaz Castelo

Latte Contributor

Author Archives: Elisa Díaz Castelo

Elisa Díaz Castelo was born and raised in Mexico. She holds an MFA from New York University in poetry and has received the Fulbright and Goldwater fellowships. She is committed to writing in both English and Spanish, and her work often meditates on the incomprehensibility that exists in the threshold of different languages and cultures. Her poems in Spanish appear in Periódico de Poesía, Los Bárbaros, and Sobremesa, among others. She recently received the FONCA fellowship for young writers and lives in Mexico City.

Contributions by Elisa Díaz Castelo

Winter 2016 Issue

There Are Things Which Need Fixing

Second Prize, 2015 Literal Latte Poetry Award.
The old man’s hunch, the broken rib,
the lingering cough, the arm in a cast,
the ingrown toenail.
There are things that need fixing!

Posted in Poetry | Tagged , | 2 Responses
Winter 2016 Issue

Ode to the Radiator

Second Prize, 2015 Literal Latte Poetry Award.
Called back
from sleep
and stilled,
I hear you…

Posted in Poetry | Tagged , | 5 Responses
  • In The Latest Issue

  • Browse by Genre

  • Archives

    open all | close all