The Ofi Press Magazine

International Poetry and Literature from Mexico City

The Ofi Press Staff

Founding Editor - Jack Little

Jack Little is a British-Mexican poet, translator and editor. He has lived in Mexico City since 2010, with one year of that time spent in Spain and two years in Colombia. He has participated in several literary events including La Fería del Libro en el Zócalo, The Linares Literary Festival and Transmedia Shakespeare. He was the summer poet in residence at the Heinrich Böll House in Ireland in 2016. His first poetry pamphlet, “Elsewhere” was published by Eyewear, London in 2015 and his first full collection "Slow Leaving" was published in the UK in 2022 by Red Squirrel Press.

Translations Editor - Don Cellini

Don Cellini is the translation editor for The Ofi Press.  He is a teacher, poet and translator.  In addition to the poems and eChapbooks that he has done for The Ofi Press, he has translated El silencio de las horas / The Silence of the Hours by Venezuelan poet Amanda Reverón; and works by Mexican poets Elías Nandino, Selected Poems; Imágenes para una anunciación / Images for an Annunciation by Roxana Elvridge-Thomas; No recuerdo el amor sino el deseo / Desire I remember but Love, No, by Sergio Téllez-Pon; Migrare-Mutare / Migrate-Mutate by Rossy Lima; and, most recently, Historia solar/Solar History by Jair Cortés.  He is also the author of three chapbooks and two full-length poetry collections. He is professor emeritus at Adrian College in Michigan, USA and in retirement divides his time between Toledo, OH and Savannah, GA.  

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Reviews Editor- Agnes Marton

Agnes Marton is a Hungarian-born poet, writer, librettist, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (UK). Recent publications include her collection 'Captain Fly's Bucket List' and four chapbooks with Moria Books (USA). She won the National Poetry Day Competition in the UK, and an anthology she edited (Estuary: A Confluence of Art and Poetry) won the Saboteur Award. Her work is widely anthologized, some examples: 'Alice - Ekphrasis at the British Library' , 'Anthem: A Tribute to Leonard Cohen'. Her fiction was called 'exceptional' at the prestigious Disquiet Literary Contest (USA). In the award-winning poetry exhibition project Guardian of the Edge  33 accomplished visual artists responded to her poetry. She has been a resident poet at the Scott Polar Research Institute at the University of Cambridge, on a research boat in the Arctic Circle, and also in Iceland, Italy, Ireland, Portugal, Canada and the USA. She is based in Luxembourg.

Agnes Marton is looking forward to her writer's residencies in Sweden (Bergman Centershe is going to do research in and around Ingmar Bergman’s house on Fårö, aBaltic Sea island just north of the island of Gotland), in Costa Rica (Mauser Harmony with Nature Foundation and Jaguar Luna Cultural Arts Collective), in Spain (The Valparaiso Foundation),in Greece (Writers’ Retreats in Greece) and in Ireland (Shankill Castle). She is polishing the manuscript of her second full poetry collection 'For Waltz You Don't Need a Compass', to be published by Red Squirrel Press

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