“A Weak Force. On the Chilean Dictatorship and Visual Arts.”CR: The New Centennial Review 14.1 (2014): 99-127


“Coming into the Self: Autobiography and Masturbation” CR: The New Centennial Review 18.2 (2018).


“Formas de Codificar lo Ambiguo. Aporía y Máscara en la Antipoesía de Parra” Forthcoming at Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos. 44.3. Summer 2021

Like all artistic expressions during the Chilean military dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet, Antipoetry was forced to negotiate what could be said with what the poet wanted to say. The ne- cessary negotiation that Parra’s poetry needed to undergo gave rise to many experiments with language, including systematic ambiguity, and the contestation of the authority of the author. These experiments are read in this article as a mechanism to avoid censorship and denounce dogmatism, thus, as an strategy to avoid the suppression of poetry’s right to say everything.


“Beauty is a Thing of the Past. The Monster, the Idiom, and the Health of our Disciplines”


“Acerca del Límite de la Antipoesía. O sobre la política sexual del antipoema. 11 viñetas" Revista Laboratorio.19. Universidad Diego Portales. Santiago, Chile.