Marosa di Giorgio, a Uruguayan poet of considerable reputation, authored over a dozen works, and won numerous awards in her career. Her hybrid poetics—tone, sonics, puns, playfulness, enigmatic poetic prose—astound poets and readers to this day. Her darkest pieces are often followed by poems that cause pure delight, combining unusual phrasing with spectacular visual images. It was said of her, perhaps more than any other Latin American writer, that at its finest her poetry literally “glistened,” radiating with a lustrous sparkle. Kathryn A. Kopple, author of the acclaimed Little Velásquez (Mirth Press, 2012) brings her scholarship in Latin American studies and love of language to bear in this bespoke translation of Marosa di Giorgio’s LA LIEBRE DE MARZO ~ The March Hare.