Sudeep Sen showcases twice T.S. Eliot-shortlisted John Hartley Williams’ sensual poems about breasts, teepees, and a “bareback-riding girl.”
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Sudeep Sen presents poems by San Francisco-native Davidson professor Anthony S. Abbott, whose books include the novel Leaving Maggie Hope and poetry collection The Man Who. “if words could save us (and they can, my darling)”
Sudeep Sen presents poems by Tim Liardet, Professor of Poetry at Bath Spa University, whose latest book The Storm House appeared this year on Carcanet, and who has won an Arts Council England Writer’s Award and 2010 Poetry Book Society Pamphlet Choice.
Sudeep Sen presents poems by Macedonian poet Zoran Anchevski about translating the dead, “the peeled orange” of the moon, and stammering “before / the g-g-gates of Babylon.”
Sudeep Sen presents poems by Jackie Wills, an Mslexia New Women Poet of the Decade and one-time language specialist for Unilever.
Sudeep Sen presents a sequence of poems by Charles Bernstein, whose most recent books are The Attack of the Difficult Poems and All the Whiskey in Heaven. This sequence, Morality, includes poems from 1973 to 2011.
Sudeep Sen presents nine poems by Naomi Shihab Nye, including two from her forthcoming book Transfer and seven that appear for the first time.
Sudeep Sen presents poems by Mvskoke Nation poet Joy Harjo, including her unpublished song lyrics “Sunrise,” in anticipation of her forthcoming book of essays, interviews, and photographs, a new memoir, a one-woman show in New York, and a new play for Public Theater.
Sudeep Sen presents a selection of Amir Or’s poems about the language that stands behind language and “the froth on the beer.”
Wendy Barker’s most recent collection is the novel-in-prose-poems Nothing Between Us. Sudeep Sen showcases Barker’s recent poems about teaching and the sky.
Sudeep Sen’s third World Prose Portfolio features Pakistani writer Aamer Hussein’s story “Love and the Seasons.”
Sudeep Sen presents poems by Glaswegian David Kinloch, featuring Cain’s wife, Deborah, Hannah, and King David’s “dick like a didgeri doo.”