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6 Dimitris Troaditis Translations

With a Red Inclination This long march towards death must be stopped these purple deep-black marks of giddiness must change colour this unshakeable pain above the shelters of our hearts must mutate into explosive thought persistent and fiery fired on …

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5 Self-translations by Albena Todorova

Translations edited by Momchil Milanov you say don’t cry tears are a sign of weakness  saying you think only of yourself I reply I am not crying  it’s just that god inside me leans on the human it gets damp …

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6 Nora Iuga Translations

oh, how I cheat myself how I shuffle my lovers the living and the dead in this tavern named poetry I always relished being a coquette black stockings   bright red nails you know it’s very hard today to carry this shopping …

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4 Self-translations by Danijela Trajković

Passionfruit Honey I did not look for you on any road the roads grew tired of us so quickly anyway in the meadows where we ran there are no birds anymore I did not look for you at the village …

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4 Translated Kim Seung-hee Poems

A Heart Full of Fingernails In sin, sin knows no sin. In solitude, solitude knows no solitude. “A series of solitary deaths all over the country.” Though I am not a prisoner of conscience, what always troubles me is the …

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5 Translated Yosuke Tanaka Poems

Image courtesy of The High Window. For a Person Suffering from Air-Conditioning Syndrome Because Japan is located at the edge of Asia you can enjoy great soup noodles there Let’s start with that as an introduction When you enter a …

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A Buzz in the Retina: On Translating Luljeta Lleshanaku

So much of my process of translating Luljeta Lleshanaku’s poems is the story of my relationship to language and writing.

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Translated Extracts from Chantal Danjou

Rehabilitation of the Inferno If Yellow (Extracts) an odour of cut grass she who walks falters land of deceiving linearity like creases in a pillow black and white slumber one foot in a dream the other harried bust opening its …

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Translations from Old English

The poems included here date to between the 7th and 10th centuries. Their original authors remain unknown. “The Dream of the Rood” is preserved in the Vercelli Book, and narrates the events of the crucifixion from the Cross’s perspective, recasting …

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The Poets: Pejk Malinovski Self-translates

Image courtesy of The New York Times. The Poets (Extract) Poets who love.
 Poets who love Greece.
 Poets who want to be loved and when they are, immediately leave poetry, relieved. Poets who write their phone numbers into poems. Poets …

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Three Translated Xhevdet Bajraj Poems

Image courtesy of Alchetron Look at Me When you’re left alone and the black waters are foaming at the door of your life go outside, find a cantina and after the seventh or eighth drink the only thing you’ll feel …

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Four Translated Ángelo Néstore Poems

Image courtesy of Diputación de Málaga If My Father Tells Me If my father tells me: Be a man, I shrivel like a grub, stick my belly on the fishhook. Soft, like some mollusk without its shell, I feel dismantled, …

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