Poets in the World
Ilya Kaminsky, series editor
The Poets in the World series offers English-speaking audiences a rare glimpse at the work of poets who have shaped literary traditions from around the globe, from Africa to Europe, Iraq to China, and beyond.
Poets in the World, a project of the Poetry Foundation's Harriet Monroe Poetry Institute, collaborates with a wide range of American publishers to produce beautiful publications that advance readership for world poetry.
Edited by Catherine Barnett and Tiphanie Yanique, Published by Tupelo Press
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Seven New Generation African Poets
Edited by Kwame Dawes and Chris Abani, Published by Slapering Hol Press
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Carnaval, by Tsitsi Jaji
The Cartographer of War, by Clifton Gachagua
Mandible, by TJ Dema
Ordinary Heaven, by Ladan Osman
Otherwise Everything Goes On, by Len Verwey
Our Men Do Not Belong to Us, by Warsan Shire
The Second Republic, by Nick Makoha