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Anna Deeny Morales on Translation, Performance, & Raúl Zurita January 31, 2017: At Critical Flame, Anna Deeny Morales discusses translating and performing the poetry of Raúl Zurita, and the preparations she makes in “scoring” the texts of her translations for [...] by

Raúl Zurita: First Artist Selected for the Kochi-Muziris Biennale December 30, 2016: Live Mint profiles Chilean poet, visual artist, and activist Raúl Zurita on the occasion of India’s Kochi-Muziris Biennale (on view until March 29). For the biennale, Zurita made The Sea Of [...] by

The Machinations of Translation September 16, 2016: “Something that would definitively wipe out memory, maybe.” Juan Carlos Flores (1962-2016), “Machi-nation,” as translated by Kristin Dykstra I had been planning a post about recent Latin [...] by

Darkness—Translation—Migration April 6, 2016: Don Mee Choi, Lucas de Lima, Jen Hofer, John Keene and Cecilia Vicuña. These are the writers I invited to participate, to write essays, to write their lives and dreams and ideas and poems and [...] by

Special Issue of Evening Will Come Focuses on 70th Anniversary of Hiroshima & Nagasaki Bombings August 6, 2015: A crucial new issue of Evening Will Come is out, compiled and edited by Brandon Shimoda in remembrance of the 70th anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki (August 6 and 9). Shimoda writes in his own [...] by

Anna Deeny Morales on Translating Raúl Zurita July 10, 2015: At Jacket2, Kristin Dykstra notes that her series Intermedium “tracks recognitions and convergences that give rise to bodies of work in translation.” In her most recent addition, [...] by

THIS IS MESSY, WE’RE NOT SORRY: Elegant Mire with Carrie Lorig, v. 4 May 1, 2015: Carrie: i’m reading your piece on tract – trace “The ground is like a bad omen. You can drag a stone back to the place of departure and still be stuck in the temporary undercurrent [...] by

Notes for National Corpse Month, Part Six April 30, 2015: I became the corpse, because—and then, it floats away again. —Alice Notley, In the Pines recall, translucent and disposable, the remaining corpses. —Roberto Tejada, Lost Continent And one day [...] by

THIS IS MESSY, WE’RE NOT SORRY: Elegant Mire with Carrie Lorig, v. 2 April 16, 2015: Carrie :  i’m in the TA office right now because air conditioning and because no one comes here in the summer Cassandra:  good plan i am at home at my desk Carrie:  I just got to the page [...] by

THIS IS MESSY, WE’RE NOT SORRY: Elegant Mire with Carrie Lorig, v. 1 April 3, 2015: What is the idiom of friendship? How do you open yourself up to the possibility of another’s language in a way where you can let it enter your own as a generous breeding? Latching on, barnacle [...] by