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Robo-Burns: The Orfeon Translates

(By way of xenochronicitous – AKA late – celebration of the birth o the Bard, here’s an machine-generated curio.  The Bulgarian poet Kristin Dimitrova completed a translation of one of my Burns poems – there’s mair – back in 2009 … Continue reading

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Non-Standard (4)

(Much has changed since this final section was written, not least the formalisation of the live literature campus into another aspect of the rethinking of the arts as a calendrical round of festivals and an administrative round of grant applications. … Continue reading

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Pedro Serrano’s Peatlands

(This is my intro to the just-out selection of poems by the marvellous Mexican poet, Pedro Serrano, editor of Periodico de Poesia. Anna Crowe is the (excellent) translator in Arc‘s ongoing and highly recommended Visible Poets series. As I’ve said … Continue reading

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‘Ghost’ in Novi Sad (& Unique Mother Tongue)

Here’s a recording some kind person made of me reading the pome ‘Ghost’ in the Novi Sad Festival back in 2008. It was very well received, but I’ve forgotten who sent me this, so thanks and apologies! Listen to beyond … Continue reading

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The Meadow in Armenia

This is my introduction to Whispers and Breath of the Meadows, by Razmik Davoyan, translated by Armine Tamrazian, which has just come out in Arc’s admirable Visible Poets series. Hope you’ll run to their online store and purchase a copy. Continue reading

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