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Five Radicals April 27, 2017: 1. I recently realized that, in Spanish, experimentar means both “to experiment” and “to experience.” This is so obvious that I wonder if I’ve known it subconsciously, without ever having [...] by

The Little Magazine in the Present Tense: Sophie Seita & Danny Snelson in Conversation April 26, 2017: While their new issue is under construction, U.K.-based Hotel (“a magazine for new approaches to Fiction, Non-Fiction & Poetry”) is publishing great reads intermittently. Catching [...] by

The ‘Post-Monolingual’ Poetry of Uljana Wolf March 8, 2017: German studies scholar Heidi Hart writes about Uljana Wolf for Music & Literature, noting Wolf’s nod to Rosmarie Waldrop’s essay collection, Gap Gardening: “Here in the younger [...] by

At Music & Literature, an Uncharted Review of Uljana Wolf’s i mean i dislike that fate that i was made to where January 15, 2016: At the lovely journal Music & Literature, a review of Uljana Wolf’s i mean i dislike that fate that i was made to where, translated by Sophie Seita and published by Wonder this past year. [...] by

Using the ‘Five-fold Thought-ring of the German Language’ to Write Poems: Joshua Daniel Edwin on Translating Dagmara Kraus September 23, 2015: For the translation section of issue 22 of Drunken Boat, the editors “decided to indulge [their] love for experimentation and playing around the margins of what translation is and does,” [...] by

2015 PEN/Heim Translation Award Winners Announced May 28, 2015: The 2015 PEN/Heim Translation Fund has announced this year’s winners! “The Fund received a record number of applications this year—226 total—spanning a wide array of languages of [...] by

Sophie Seita’s Intricate Fantasias in Counting May 13, 2015: Translator and poet Sophie Seita’s book of “performance textuality,” Fantasias in Counting (BlazeVOX Books, 2014) is reviewed by Ian Brinton at Tears in the Fence. Brinton also [...] by

Sophie Seita Writes Lovingly of the Sounds in Bernadette Mayer’s Sonnets March 10, 2015: The brilliant Sophie Seita reviews Bernadette Mayer’s reprinted must-have Sonnets (Tender Buttons Press 2014), for Lemon Hound. She starts with sound, and song: “The first trill, or turn, [...] by

Flavorwire Picks Favorite Forthcoming Poetry Books January 14, 2015: Flavorwire gives us their most anticipated poetry books of 2015! Writer Jonathon Sturgeon smartly starts with the re-release of Mina Loy’s poems, The Lost Lunar Baedeker, which has been out of [...] by

Wonder & Les Figues Announce 2014 Book Prize Winners & Select New Titles! January 7, 2015: How about some killer contest news? Here’s one: Wonder has just announced the winner of the 2014 Wonder Book Prize, judged by Rachel Levitsky, which goes to Uljana Wolf for her manuscript i [...] by