Interviews

Deaf Poetics: A conversation with Josephine Dickinson

Editor’s Note: After we have published our first Roundtable Discussion on Poetics And Disability in early 2018 (which was followed up by our Roundtable Discussion on Deaf Poetics) we have received many e-mails, indicating much interest. There were also numerous requests to continue this work. Our response was to start a series of individual interviews with poets exploring Deaf poetics. The

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Conversation with Katie Ford

Katie Ford is a brilliant poet whose work has received wide acclaim for its music, and its range of emotional intelligence and spiritual depth. Author of several poetry collections, most recently If You have To Go (Graywolf Press), Ford has been honored by the Lannan Literary Fellowship, and Larry Levis Prize. Her poems have appeared in The

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Deaf poetics: Conversation with Raymond Antrobus

Editor’s Note: After we have published our first Roundtable Discussion on Poetics And Disability earlier this year (which was followed up by our Roundtable Discussion on Deaf Poetics) we have received many e-mails, indicating much interest. There were also numerous requests to continue this series, and to go in more depth on individual poets’ paths and trajectories. In response,

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Press Note: Literary Magazines and the Editorial Process with James Byrne

In this new series, editors of the Poetry International Chapbook Series and Poetry International staff will discuss the process of running a contemporary press and literary journal: from collaborating with fellow editors to navigating design technologies to promoting a new publication, and all the spaces in between. Literary Magazines and the Editorial Process with James

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Marine Petrossian translated from Armenian with the author and Interviewed by Arthur Kayzakian

ԵՍ ՈՒԶՈՒՄ ԷԻ ԿԱՌՈՒՑԵԼ ՔԱՂԱՔ Նրանց համար ովքեր տուն չունեն նրանց համար ովքեր տուն ունեն բայց հոգնել են արդեն դրանից եւ ուզում են տուն չունենալ Նրանց համար ովքեր կորցնելու ոչինչ չունեն արդեն կամ էլ չեն ունեցել երբեւէ նաեւ նրանց համար ովքեր էնքան շատ բան ունեն կորցնելու որ հոգնել են արդեն վախենալուց Ես ուզում էի կառուցել

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Crìsdean MacIlleBhàin / Christopher Whyte translated from the Gaelic by Niall O’Gallagher & interviewed by Alessio Merli

STEP BY STEP I La tarde en que debía tomar el tren camino de Londres y Cambridge, dejando al fin Escocia, fui por última vez a la universidad y, deteniendome en el “quadrangle”, miré bien a todos lados (a la antipatía, lo mismo que a la simpatía, también puede en algun ocasión complacerle el demorar la

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Crìsdean MacIlleBhàin / Christopher Whyte translated from the Gaelic by Niall O’Gallagher & interviewed by Alessio Merli

STEP BY STEP I La tarde en que debía tomar el tren camino de Londres y Cambridge, dejando al fin Escocia, fui por última vez a la universidad y, deteniendome en el “quadrangle”, miré bien a todos lados (a la antipatía, lo mismo que a la simpatía, también puede en algun ocasión complacerle el demorar la

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Interview and Poems by Alí Calderón Translated by Karla Cordero and Ana Bosch

Constantinopla [The Church of St. Salvador of Chora] Edirnekapi: Four centuries ago a Byzantine Church Outside the walls of Theodosius: concrete & ruins & dust. My grandfather always at Our Lady of Carmen at eleven reflecting? listens to mass? Light falls from windows upon frescos. It’s Jesus. Multiplying loaves of bread. Jesus. There are fish.

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