Melisa Machado, The Red Song

2018-05-14T20:49:17+00:00May 14th, 2018|

The Red Song Melisa Machado Translated by Seth Michelson ISBN 978-0-900575-98-3 | 75 pp, $12.00 | May 15, 2018 Thin and brittle, with legs of smoke, I float in insomnia. I write as a red fruit, bloody as hibiscus water. [...]

Andra Rotaru, Lemur

2018-05-14T17:39:07+00:00May 14th, 2018|

Lemur Andra Rotaru Translated by Florin Bican ISBN 978-0-900575-76-1 | 90 pp, $12 | May 15, 2018 the morning ritual, when the knees gathered to the mouth are fragrant with milk. at the same time the hair overflows, covers up. [...]

Javier Etchevarren, Fable of an Inconsolable Man

2017-02-19T08:06:28+00:00February 15th, 2017|

Translated by Jesse Lee Kercheval Poetry. Latino/Latina Studies. Poverty Studies. Urban Studies. ISBN: 978-0-900-57595-2 $12 Even the most beautiful, this fracture of love, breaking my spirit, forcing me to joy— I abandon. If the abyss before birth had a voice, [...]

Farid Tali, Prosopopoeia

2017-02-19T07:59:57+00:00December 10th, 2016|

Fiction ISBN: 978-0-9898048-6-8 Release Date: December 15, 2016 $12   “I couldn’t get used to the idea that this process might come to a halt. Of course, it was better for the limbs of this body that the dismantling [...]

Josué Guébo, My Country, tonight

2017-02-19T08:00:47+00:00September 15th, 2016|

Poetry ISBN: 978-0-900575-90-7 Release Date September, 2016 $12 Ivorian poet Josué Guébo’s My country, tonight, translated by Todd Fredson, engages with the turbulence surrounding the 2011 ousting of president Laurent Gbagbo by French and UN forces and its subsequent civil [...]