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Translation is Treason March 7, 2012: Our annual translation issue returns this month with poems that span several centuries and continents. The oldest poem in the issue, from the thirteenth century, appears in a portfolio from Peter Cole’s recently released book, The Poetry of Kabbalah: The Nut Garden holds things felt and thought And feeling for thought is always a [...] by

Anthology of Middle Eastern literature proves an audience for poetry in translation January 12, 2011: On PublishingPerspectives, Chip Rossetti looks at the success of Tablet & Pen: Literary Landscapes from the Modern Middle East, an anthology of contemporary poetry and essays released last year and translated from four languages in a collaboration between Words Without Borders and editor Reza Aslan. The book faced skepticism that it could find an [...] by