Ludwig Zeller

Ludwig Zeller (1927-2019) was a Chilean poet.[1] He was “born in 1927 in Rio Loa in the Atacama Desert of northern Chile, Ludwig Zeller immigrated to Canada in 1971. His immense oeuvre includes some fifty volumes of poetry, collage collections, fiction, and criticism. His literary work has been published in the original Spanish and in translation in many languages. He is known as one of the most significant artists in the history of collage, and his collages have been exhibited internationally in scores of individual and group shows."[2] A self-described “ Researcher in speculative & algorithmic cultures” Zeller pursued numerous projects under that calling.[3]

Published worksEdit

  • "Rio Loa: Station of Dreams"
  • "Woman in Dream "
  • "The Marble Head and Other Poems"
  • "For a Savage Love: Three Books = Por Un Amor Salvaje: Tres Libros"
  • "Salvar la poesía, quemar las naves"
  • "Oaxaca"
  • "The Invisible Presence: Sixteen Poets of Spanish America 1925-1995" an anthology of South American poets
  • "Body of Insomnia and other poems"

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Ludwig Zeller (1927-2019)". Biblioteca Nacional de Chile. Retrieved August 24, 2019.
  2. ^ http://quattrobooks.ca/authors/ludwig-zeller/
  3. ^ https://www.ludwigzeller.net