“Drago’s verses try to rebuild (and grasp) a reality dismembered by violence, and physical and emotional dislocation. These poems and drawings document the effects of the Latin America dictatorships and simultaneously touch us with its universal themes. They affirm the determination to live with dignity and conscience, above all circumstances, and offer a thread of hope to those who suffer from external violence (political, economic, social) or internal (guilt, grudges).Her poems reveal the power of art to transform suffering and turn it into literary treasures. Each poem invites you to read the next, in a book that delights for its multiple meanings and the presence of an authentic voice of undeniable poetic quality.”
- Myrna Nieves, Ph.D. Writer, teacher and editor of Breaking Ground: Anthology of Puerto Rican Women Writers in New York 1980-2012 / Anthology of Puerto Rican writers in New York from 1980 to 2012.
Publication date: June 2013
Format: Paperback, 5″X 7″, 65 pages