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Paul-Henri Campbell

Paul-Henri Campbell

About Paul-Henri Campbell

Paul-Henri Campbell was born 1982 in Boston, Massachusetts. He is a bilingual poet of German and English. He studied Catholic Theology and Classical Greek at the National University of Ireland and the Goethe-University in Frankfurt am Main. ›duktus operandi‹ (2010) was his first book of poems, followed by ›Space Race‹ in 2012. In November 2013 a third volume of poems titled ›Am Ende der Zeilen‹ (2013) will be in print.

DAS GEDICHT + Cordite = Deutsch Poems of Campbell, Chong, Fischer, Leber, Skovron, Vickery and Wright

Cordite Poetry Review has teamed up with venerable German literary magazine, DAS GEDICHT, to publish translations of Australian works into German. These translations are directly aimed for German readership (this is to say that the English originals are not on …

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Three Poems by Lydia Daher

November the rain is falling these days like a superfluous statement probably in order to give the grey a reason to mirror itself once more and there i am sneaking around november puddles together with the light of a broken …

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Two Poems by Ulrike Draesner

untitled alongside the field vor uns um uns                                         a banquet row gravel, surfaces, one and a half yards wide your accuracy the lopsided slant of the road the usual 2.5% beneath a creamy sun’s frosty halo against the ascending turf’s …

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Two Poems by Nora Gomringer

The Hunter You bring along cake and wine, happen upon the wolf. He opens his pants and says: Reach inside. And he’s standing close to your car window while he speaks and you pray that he may not realize that …

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Klick: Im Gespräch mit Ann Cotten

Ann CottenAlso gut, nun dies: Vor einigen Jahren war ein Teil meines Hirns voll mit kargem, sprunghaftem MAX/MSP, dronenartigem Zeug. Es ist immer noch so. Auf der ständigen Suche (immerfort mehr! Alles, immer!) nach AGF-Kompositionen (ein Pseudonym der Künstlerin Antje-Greie Fuchs … Recherche lohnt sich). Ich fand live Sets, die sie online gestellt hatte. In einer davon kam eine deutsche Dichterin vor, die auf der Bühne ihre Stimme über den AGFs Malstrom aus Mikro Klicks, Brüchen und Rauschen hinweg lesend, rezitierend, beschwörend live klingen ließ.

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