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Zoland Poetry

An Annual of Poems, Translations and Interviews - Volume One

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This third volume in the Zoland Poetry series includes previously unpublished work by: Albert Goldbarth, Deborah Woodward, Ron Padgett, Menna Elfyn, D. A. Powell, Elizabeth Hughey, William Corbett, Zhai Yongming, Liliana Ursu and Major Jackson, alongside translations by noted translators and critics Sean Cotter, Andrea Lingenfelter, Nancy Arbuthnot, Michael Naydan and Arthur Sze.
The featured writers in No.3 include celebrated poet, anthropologist, and literary critic Nathaniel Tarn, interviewed by Daniel Bouchard, and Joshua Marie Wilkinson in conversation with author and translator Nathalie Stephens.
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"The translations in this fine volume—from both well known and less familiar languages—speak to the vitality of the international poetry community and the riches to be found there.” — Susan Harris, Words Without Borders

"Only having a local map makes it difficult to see the world. Zoland Poetry is an atlas of literature that shows the importance of reading around the entire world. It is an invaluable book for anyone interested in poetry." — Bei Dao

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