Born in Panama City on November 17th, 1932, Diana Morán led a life of social, sexual, and political activism that saw her arrested and exiled while still winning the country’s top prize for literature. A poet, union leader, professor, critic, and historian, Morán’s indelible if obscured legacy in Panama remains her ardent advocacy for feminism, the cultures of the isthmus, and a holistic appreciation of art in its myriad forms. We Reject Nothing (Nada Rechazamos) is an excerpt from Reflections Next to Yr Skin (Reflexiones junto a tu piel), forthcoming from Gramma in November, 2017. Translated from Spanish by Ash Ponders. Printed with Risograph, in collaboration with Cold Cube Press. Published in an edition of 75, saddle stitched. 9.25 x 6.75 inches. 12pp.