Chanel Red. Poems For Poorly Healed Childhoods
Luis Ramiro’s best-seller has brought poetry back into style among the young, and the not so young. A collection of poems in which sonnets coexist alongside free verse. The poet’s ability to take on the most varied subjects—love, online interactions, urban distance, fear as an everyday act, infidelity as a weakness that makes us human—in an unassuming and totally modern language redefines the concept of poetry. These poems, with their innovative freshness, reduce the distance between poetry and readers. He self-published his first book of poems Te odio como nunca quise a nadie. Its success led bookstore chain, Casa del Libro, to take an interest in distributing and promoting it, with events and in display windows, and to date it has sold more than 15,000 copies.