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All Night It Is Morning

By Andy Young
ISBN 978-1-935084-69-3
130 pages: $16.00 -- November, 2014
These amazing poems pledge allegiance to life.  —Naomi Shihab Nye

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The Alteration of Silence: Recent Chilean Poetry

Galo Ghigliotto / William Allegrezza, Editors
ISBN 978-1935084167
330 pages: $26.95 -- August, 2013
Chile is rich with poetic history, yet in the U.S., Chilean poetry is known through only a handful of its great poets.

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Angelus

By Ruxandra Cesereanu
Translated by Alistair Ian Blyth
ISBN 978-1-935084-85-3
236 pages: $18.00 -- October, 2015
"Into the Metropolis and into the Zone fall three angels ..."

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Angle of Incidence / Shades

Peter Thompson
ISBN 978-1935084273
68 pages: $15.00 -- December, 2012
“In contrast to the jabbery laptop of what passes for poetry these days, Peter Thompson offers something real.” —Henry Gould

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Below Zero

Eduardo del Valle
ISBN 978-1935084259
100 pages: $15.00 -- May, 2013
Inside America’s Pit; rebuilding Ground Zero…

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The Book of Anger

By Marta Petreu
Translated by Adam J. Sorkin, Christina Zarifopol-Illias and Liviu Bleoca
ISBN 978-1-935084-74-7
120 pages: $16.00 -- October, 2014
"…white-hot, incantatory… the intense dramatic expression of alienation and defiance…"

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Cat Painters: An Anthology of Contemporary Serbian Poetry

Edited by Biljana D. Obradović and Dubravka Djurić
ISBN: 978-1-935084-08-6
7"x10", 450 pages: $29.95 -- October, 2016
"…a sophisticated poetry that will surely influence our own ways of writing." --Marjorie Perloff

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The Poems of Gaius Valerius Catullus

Translated by Joseph Bienvenu
Illustrated by Thaddeus Conti
ISBN 978-1-935084-17-4
180 pages: $16.00 -- December, 2013
He gets the filthy parts just right… -- Peter Thompson, author of Angle of Incidence / Shades

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Crossing: A Love Story

By Anna Seghers
Translated by Douglas Irving
ISBN: 978-1-935084-94-5 (pbk.)
ISBN: 978-1-935084-96-9 (ebook)

166 pages: $16.00 -- October 15, 2016
"...the greatest German woman writer of the twentieth century.”   —Helen Fehervary

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Destruction in the Afteroon

Santiago Vizcaíno
Translated by Alexis Levitin
ISBN 978-1-935084-66-2
120 pages: $16.00 -- April, 2015
I was not thinking of Bosch as I wrote these poems, although the parallel makes sense…

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Divan of the Opal of Fire

By Clara Janés
Translated by Ana Valverde Osan
ISBN 978-1-935084-86-0
282 pages: $18.00 -- December, 2015
"Long before Romeo and Juliet, there were Layla and Majnun...."

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Earth, Water and Sky: A Bilingual Anthology of Environmental Poetry

Edited by Jesse Lee Kercheval
ISBN 978-1-935084-14-7
156 pages: $16.00 -- November, 2016
"…important, necessary poems that delve deep beneath the surface of the natural world they seek to preserve…"--Kevin A. Gonzalez

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Enclosed Garden (Jardin cerrado)

Emilio Prados, Translated by Donald Wellman
ISBN 978-1935084310
378 pages: $26.95 -- March, 2013
First English publication of this important long poem by Emilio Prados of the Generation of 27.

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Europa: Selected Poems of Julio Martínez Mesanza

By Julio Martínez Mesanza
Translated by Don Bogen
ISBN 978-1-935084-90-7
132 pages: $16.00 -- October, 2015
"Vivid, immediate, compressed, often violent, these poems have a lot to offer American readers and writers." —Robert Pinsky

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Exile and Helplessness (L'Exil et le désarroi)

Nabile Farès, Translated by Peter Thompson
ISBN 978-1935084181
140 pages: $15.00 -- October, 2012
First appearance in English of this lyrical last volume in Nabile Farès’ great trilogy, La Découverte du nouveau monde.

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Father/Son

By Abdelkader Djemaï
Translated by Peter Thompson
ISBN 978-1-935084792
120 pages: $16.00 -- APRIL, 2015
Winner: Prix Tropiques (1995) • Prix Amerigo-Vespucci (2002)

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Gardeners

by Véronique Bizot, translated by Youna Kwak
ISBN: 978-1-944884-12-3 (pbk)
978-1-944884-13-0 (ebook)
(June, 2017)

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Immigrant Dreams & Alien Nightmares

By José Torres-Tama
ISBN 978-1-935084-35-8
220 pages: $18.00 -- October, 2014
... vast, beautiful, razor-sharp and misbehaving. —Andrei Codrescu

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In Empathy We Trust

By Elizabeth Kleinveld and E. Paul Julien
ISBN 978-1-935084-75-4
11 x 10 inch embossed, linen covered box
28 pages, 20 full color images: $49.95 -- December, 2014
Joint publication with Princess Books, Amsterdam

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The Light That Shines Inside Us

Marguerite Guzmán Bouvard
ISBN 978-1935084389
120 pages: $15.00 -- July, 2013
Marguerite Guzman Bouvard is a citizen of the world...

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Memorials: A Selection

By Mieczysław Jastrun
Translated by Dzvinia Orlowsky and Jeff Friedman
Introduction by Chard deNiord
ISBN 978-1-935084-60-0
110 pages: $16.00 -- August, 2014
First English publication of one of the most well-respected Polish poets of the 20th century.

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Never Made in America: Selected Poems of Martín Barea Mattos

by Martín Barea Mattos, translated by Mark Statman
ISBN: 978-1-944884-12-3 (pbk)
300 pages: 20.00 — April, 2017
"…one of Uruguay’s energetic and thought-provoking voices." —Rigoberto González

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Nomad Love

By Youssouf Amine Elalamy
Translated by John Liechty
ISBN 978-1-935084-58-7
Ebook 978-1-935084-59-4
120 pages: $16.95 -- October, 2014
This is a story written entirely with water.

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Nothingness in the Rough (La Nada en Bruto)

Gabriel Magaña Merlo, translated by Suzanne Jill Levine
ISBN 978-1935084235
120 pages: $15.00 -- November, 2012
The first full-length book to be published in English by the great Mexican poet, translated by the winner of the 2012 PEN Center USA Award for Translation.

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On the Sickle's Edge

By Neville D. Frankel
ISBN: 978-1-944884-10-9 (pbk.)
ISBN: 978-1-944884-11-6 (ebook)
480 pages: $25.95 -- January, 2017

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Seawi

Georges Sioui
ISBN 978-1935084396
120 pages: $19.95 -- July, 2013
Internationally acclaimed Huron-Wyandot essayist, scholar and artist, Georges Sioui, uses his multi-lingual poetry to tell the story of all the First Peoples of the Americas.

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The Starry Womb

By Mihail Gălățanu
Translated by Adam J. Sorkin, Petru Iamandi and Mihail Gălățanu
ISBN 978-1-935084-73-0
120 pages: $16.00 -- October, 2014
"…one of Romania’s most exciting contemporary poets…"

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Vital Signs

By Pedro de Jesús
Translated by Dick Cluster
ISBN 978-1-935084-54-9
Ebook 978-1-935084-56-3
120 pages: $16.95 -- October, 2014
Winner of Cuba’s prestigious Premio Carpentier.

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The Weight of the Island

By Virgilio Piñera
Translated by Pablo Medina
ISBN 978-1-935084-82-2
168 pages: $18.00 -- March, 2015
"Piñera’s…poems are quiet champions against indifference..." —Richard Blanco

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While the Wolf Is Around

By Eduardo Chirinos
Translated by G. J. Racz
ISBN 978-1-935084-40-2
120 pages: $16.00 -- May, 2014
Winner of the 2009 Generation of ’27 Poetry Prize.

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With a Strange Scent of World

By Víctor Rodríguez Núñez
Translated by Katherine M. Hedeen
ISBN 978-1-935084-62-4
220 pages: $18.00 -- October, 2014
"…a poetry that is autonomous but not oblivious, participatory but not political, subjective but not self-centered…"

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