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Issue 4 – ‘New Internationalism’ (Dec 2013)
Issue 4 is available in Dec and features poetry and prose from Slovenia, China, Russia, Turkey, Greece, Denmark, US, Israel, Croatia, Sweden & France.
Poetry from Elaine Feinstein, Tomaz Salamun, Jean-Paul De Dadelsen, Yang Lian, Boris Slutsky, Paula Bohinc, Niall Campbell, Andrew Motion, Phoebe Power, Milos Djurdjevic, Thomas Jennings McLaughlin, Pia Tafdrup, Christer Boberg, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Michalis Ganas, Karen Alkalay-Gut, Kris Anderson, Iztok Osojnik, Allison McVety, Jeri Onitskansky.
Prose from Sean O’Brien and Adam Feinstein.
Feature, edited and translated, by Mevlut Ceylan.
Issue 3 – ‘Displacement’
Available Autumn, Poem’s from Mimi Khalvati, David Harsent, Pauline Stainer, Ioana Cartarescu, Diana Manole, George Elliott Clarke, Neil Rollinson, Zhang Zao, Han Dong, Jo Shapcott, Amaan Hyder, Nicolai Kobus, Jean Sprackland, Ruth Fainlight, Knut Odegard, Armando Freitas Filho, Blake Morrison, Ben Wilkinson, John Greening, John F. Deane.
Prose from Declan Ryan, Linda Gregerson, Jonathan Dunne.
Issue 2 – ‘Longing for the South’ (April 2013)
Issue 2 launched 25th April to coincide with ANZAC Day, a day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand.
‘Alongside a literature – from Australia and New Zealand, that is today consciously building its own foundations – we include contemporary work from some of the world’s oldest cultures: Arabic, Chinese and Greek.’
Poetry from Martin Harrison, Chris Wallace-Crabbe, C.K. Stead, John Burnside, Bill Manhire, Yang Lian, Masoud Ahmadi, Fouad Moha
mmed Fouad, Pascale Petit, Chloe Stopa-Hunt, Tang Xiaodu, Zhou Zan, Zang Di, Wang Xiaoni, J.S. Randall, James Harpur, Amjad Nasser, Terry Jones, Elizabeth Smither, Maria van Daalen, Anne Vegter, Menna Elfyn, W.N. Herbert, Maitreyabandhu, Iain Britton and Henrik Nordbrandt.
Prose from Omar Sabbagh, Maitreyabandu, Stanley Moss, Romilo Knežević and Chris Wallace-Crabbe.
Issue 1 – ‘The Connected Poet’ (January 2013)
Featuring poetry from David Harsent, Michael Symmons Roberts, Alan Brownjohn, Robin Robertson, Ghassan Zaqtan, Mihai Eminescu, Sean O’Brien, Ahren Warner, Tsvetanka Elenkova, Tim Liardet, Karl Ristikivi, Stephen Romer, Amir Or, Sean Borodale, Kim Moore, Stamatis Polenakis, Tomaž Šalamun, Eleanor Hooker and Ruth Padel.
A ‘Between Poems and Prose’ section including work from C.K. Williams, Juan Carlos Mestre, Christopher Merrill and Aleksandar Prokopiev.
Plus Paul Muldoon in conversation with Ahren Warner, an extract from Christian Wiman’s new book, ‘My Bright Abyss: Meditation of a Modern Believer’, and memoir from Elaine Feinstein.