Poet and Bengali scholar William Radice is famous for his translations of Tagore. Sudeep Sen presents eleven of his original poems, from as far back as 1985 and as recently as his manuscript in progress Poems for . . .
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Slovenian poet and literary scientist Itztok Osojnik is “trapped in a worm’s body.”
Sudeep Sen’s third World Prose Portfolio features Pakistani writer Aamer Hussein’s story “Love and the Seasons.”
I discovered Paul Farley’s poetry in the Graywolf anthology New British Poetry (2004), edited by Don Paterson and Charles Simic, and immediately fell in love with his work, the seamless integration of natural speech rhythms and hauntingly spare imagery. The anthology influenced me so greatly I wound up attending graduate school in the UK, where [...]
Home, Adam O’Riordan (The Wordsworth Trust) £5 Home is the latest chapbook to be released in The Wordsworth Trust’s series of limited editions—400 copies printed—by their writers in residence. This book alone is proof that the Trust is doing something right, and that it is able to maintain its relevance within contemporary poetry in Britain and [...]
In Other Words: The Journal for Literary Translators, Winter 2009 / No. 34. Eds. Valerie Henituk & Amanda Hopkinson. £15 (2 issues, biannual) This issue of the official magazine of the University of East Anglia’s young but deservedly respected The British Centre for Literary Translation includes Deborah M. Shadd’s notable essay on translation and metaphor, [...]