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22/08/19

INPRESS BOOKS: THE TRANSLATOR'S (INTER)VIEW: JEAN BOASE-BEIER ON POETRY OF THE HOLOCAUST

This month, our Inpress Translated Book of the Month is the multilingual poetry anthology Poetry of the Holocaust, edited by Jean Boase-Beier and Marian de Vooght and published by Arc Publications. [...read]

New titles

The Caprices
The Caprices, James Byrne
Not on the Side of the Gods
Not on the Side of the Gods, Anna Crowe
The Iron Flute: War Poetry from Ancient & Medieval China
The Iron Flute: War Poetry from Ancient & Medieval China, ed. Kevin Maynard
The Unknown Neruda
The Unknown Neruda, Pablo Neruda
Camp Notebook
Camp Notebook, Miklós Radnóti
Coffee: A Poem
Coffee: A Poem, Guillaume Massieu
Poetry of the Holocaust
Poetry of the Holocaust, ed. Jean Boase-Beier, Marian de Vooght
I Am a Rohingya
I Am a Rohingya, ed. Byrne, Doja
To the Outermost Stars
To the Outermost Stars, Stein Mehren
Crash & Burn
Crash & Burn, Michael O'Neill
King of a Rainy Country
King of a Rainy Country, Matthew Sweeney
Samson Agonistes
Samson Agonistes, John Kinsella
Orbita: The Project
Orbita: The Project, Orbita
As Slow As Possible
As Slow As Possible, Kit Fan
The Lonely Funeral
The Lonely Funeral, ed. F. Starik

Forthcoming titles

A Friable Earth
A Friable Earth, Jackie Wills
Maps of Desire
Maps of Desire, Manuel Forcano
Eternal Traffic
Eternal Traffic, Mila Haugová