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Poetry International: Issue 27/28$10.00 – $23.00 Select options
THIS SPECIAL TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE contains a rich and exciting array of portfolios including new work from Kevin Prufer, and newly-translated work, presented in English as well as the original language, from Elena Salamanca, Louis-Philippe Dalembert, Mariano Zaro, poets of the Armenian diaspora, among others.
Poetry International: Issue 25/26$6.00 – $14.00 Select options
This double issue includes features on poetry and poetics, including “Poetry in a Time of Crisis,” and “Poetry of the Border;” new poems and translations from Kaveh Akbar, Katie Ford, Suji Kwock Kim, Dora Malech, Luis Muñoz, Charles Simic, Maggie Smith, and Ocean Vuong, among many others; and features of poetry from Belarus, China, Ireland, and Ukraine.
In the Shape of a Human Body I Am Visiting the Earth: Poems from Far and Wide$14.00 Select options
From Rae Armantrout to Adam Zagajewski, In the Shape of a Human Body I Am Visiting the Earth is a chorus of voices from around the globe and across generations. Edited by Ilya Kaminsky, Dominic Luxford, and Jesse Nathan
Poetry International: Issue 22/23$6.00 – $14.00 Select options
This double issue includes a New Generation of Native American Poets edited by Sherwin Bitsui, contemporary African poets edited by Kwame Dawes and Chris Abani, Prose Poetry, and poetry by Li-Young Lee, Edward Hirsch, Carol Frost, Valzhyna Mort, Ishion Hutchinson, Malachi Black, David Gewanter, Victoria Chang, Sandra Alcosser, and more!
Poetry International: Issue 20/21$6.00 – $14.00 Select options
This special double issue includes over 400 pages of poetry, poetic prose, translations, and portfolios by Tomaž Šalamun, Kjell Espmark, Carmelia Leonte, Jaqueline Osherow, Carolyn Forché, and several others. It also includes artwork by Michael Agustin, as well as poetry and translations by Jericho Brown, Fady Joudah, Duo Duo, Anna Akhmatova, Juan Felipe Herrera, Najwan Darwish, Kwame Dawes, Katie Ford, Lyn Hejinian, Mihaela Moscaliuc, and many more talented poets.
Poetry International: Issue 18/19Select options
Over 700 pages of international poems, new translations, book reviews, and an operetta! Including work by Jericho Brown, Matthew Zapruder, Osip Mandestam, Jane Hirshfield, Valzhyna Mort, Gregory Orr and many more wonderful poets.
Poetry International: Issue 17Select options
Includes: over 600 pages of poems from around the world. Read portfolios by Anna Swir and Amy Gerstler, new translations of Paul Celan, Bertolt Brecht, and more, and a Caribbean poetry feature, edited by Ishion Hutchinson.
Poetry International: Issue 15/16$6.00 – $14.00 Select options
Includes: portfolios by Carolyn Forché and Christian Wiman, new translations of Nazim Hikmet, Paul Celan and more, and a Swedish poetry feature, edited by Malena Mörling and Jonas Ellerström.
Poetry International: Issue 13/14$6.00 – $14.00 Select options
Includes: new translations of work by Pablo Neruda, Gabriela Mistral, Nicanor Parra, Roberto Bolano and numerous other contemporary Chilean authors, guest-edited by Mariela Griffor. This double issue also includes major work by Paul Celan, Eugenio Montale, Mahmoud Darwish, Carolyn Forche, Eleanor Wilner, Jean Valentine, Gerald Stern, Anne Waldman, Jane Mead, D.A. Powell and Katie Ford.
Poetry International: Issue 12Select options
Includes: new poems by Margo Berdeshesvsky, Glover Davis, Afaa M. Weaver, Gregory Orr, Tom Chandler alongside translations of Sreako Kosovel, Vasile Garnet, Rolf Dieter Brinkman, H.E. Sayeh, Cirilo F. Bautista and the art of Ndidi Dike.
Poetry International: Issue 11Select options
Includes: new poems by Sandra M. Gilbert, Susan Rich, Diane Wakoski, translation of Gabriella Leto, Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen, Dag T. Straumsvag, and the art of Daniela Gallois.
Poetry International: Issue 10Select options
Includes: new poems by Billy Collins, Eugene Gloria, Cynthia Hogue, Sarah Maclay, Charles H. Webb, translations of F. Coppee, Georges Godeau, Xue Di, Eugenio Montejo, Andrzej Bursa, Ewa Lipska, Julian Kornhauser, and the art of Mohammed Al Shammarey.