Simi Press Magazine

Too Bright to See

Too Bright to See is a book that plays with form as much as language. The poems are a mixture of wit, nostalgia, high school English class, and good literature. There are love poems and there are poems about everyday …

The woman in the carriage

During the Kaiyuan era of the Tang dynasty, a young man from the county of Wu traveled to Chang’an city …

A subway named Mobius

In a complex and ingenious pattern, the subway had spread out from  a focus at Park Street. A shunt connected …

Sangama

La primera vez que leí Sangama, la gran novela de aventuras en la selva de Arturo D. Hernández, quedé perturbado para siempre …

¡Qué viva la música!

Andrés Caicedo lived in Cali, Colombia during the ’60s and ’70s. He only finished one novel, ¡Qué viva la música!, …

Spermatozoa

The hands of all the four thousand electric clocks in all the Bloomsbury Centre’s four thousand rooms marked twenty-seven minutes …

Retablo

The man arrived one night in a shuddering and dying 350 Ford, under an infinite, star-studded sky. It seemed like …

207th Bone

In this poetry collection written by the Chinese poet Zhou Li (周立), the poems have no title and are only …

Challenges (I will survive)

Without Ezequiel in Medellin, I followed whatever sparked my curiosity into new streets. At Plaza Botero I saw bronze pieces …

El Retorno

La naturaleza, el ser y la libertad: el camino al retorno El mar y la tierra, tan amplios como el …