Two poems by Georgy Ivanov, introduced by translator Boris Dralyuk, who offers a poem of his own in tribute.
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Editors Harold Abramowitz & Andrea Quaid featured an essay by molossus editor David Shook on Jacket2, as part of their series A Primer.
World Poetry Portfolio, edited by Sudeep Sen in association with ATLAS Magazine Mary Dorcey, an award winning poet, short story writer and novelist, was born in County Dublin, Ireland. In 1990 she won the Rooney Prize for Literature for her short story collection: A Noise from the Woodshed. Her bestselling novel Biography of Desire (Poolbeg) was […]
An unlikely promoter of Ismail Kadare, poetry from The Bachelorette, 60,000 Persian couplets, and “pre-existing books as a container for innovative publishing experiments.”
Australian poet John Mateer contemplates recent literary events in Bali and Perth, Australia, celebrating a wide range of world writers and detailing his own offerings to the Gods of Attention.
THE SWEEPER Luca first turned up during the siege. He was ragged and unkempt, like any morlach from the mountains. He came striding into our midst, his black hair brushed forward over his brow, deep lines on either side of his mouth, his eyes staring, like he was a little mad. He said the soldiers […]
Sudeep Sen presents Kwame Dawes’ 14-section poem about the things “no one’s convening a panel for AWP on,” including the surrealist poet who lost his mind, Frank and Sammy, and the “poet [that] trims his whiskers/to fly the skies these days.”
Sudeep Sen presents ten poems by Greek poet Anastassis Vistonitis, in David Connolly’s translation, as the 29th installment of his World Poetry Portfolio.
The moustache is the evolutionary next level to enlightenment. – Oscar Wilde