María Cristina Hall

María Cristina Hall is a Mexican-American poet, translator, and immigration activist. She has a bachelor’s in creative writing and political science from Columbia University and a master’s in translation studies from Pompeu Fabra University. A Catalan and Spanish translator, she currently works at Institut Ramon Llull's office in New York City. Her translations can be found in Words Without Borders, Loch Raven Review, and Alchemy. Her poetry can be found in Sea Foam Mag, Leveler, The Fem, Reservoir, Apogee, and Brokn English.

For No One

Let’s say her name was Llucia and I didn’t know how to love her...