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Rosmarie Waldrop (red.):16 New (to American Readers) German Poets
A magazine issue with poems by Ann Cotton, Franz Josef Czernin, Michael Donhauser, Ute Eisinger, Daniel Falb, Hendrik...
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Jean Grosjean:An Earth of Time
Written while Jean Grosjean was a prisoner in the Second World War, Terre du temps, his first book, was published by Gallimard in 1946 and attracted...
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Suzanne Doppelt:Ring Rang Wrong
Borrowed voices, invented voices, and a very personal but unplaceable voice all wind their way through these mock-philosophical meditations on nature...
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James Camp, Keith Waldrop, X.U. Kennedy:Pegasus Descending: A Book of the Best Bad Verse
Out of print for thirty years, this hilarious and disgusting anthology is again available, complete and unexpurgated....
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Elizabeth Willis:Turneresque
The title plays off the style of J. M. W. Turner’s paintings and media mogul Ted Turner’s revival of B-cinema as two competing versions...
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Anne Portugal:Quisite Moment
As Anne Portugal has said, her poetry breaks with elevated subjects as well as with the beauty of phrases. “Poetry is is a laboratory of...
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Elizabeth Robinson:Under That Silky Roof
The poems of this new collection are concerned with the interplay of domestic life — its companionship, its fecundity, its losses — and...
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Janet Kauffman:Five on Fiction
From her early stories on, Kauffman has redefined terms — of literature and of human nature. Here, short paragraphs cut across genres to...
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Ludwig Harig:The Trip to Bordeaux
Four adults, a child and a cat travel from Germany to Bordeaux. Harig tells their adventures in humorous permutations, word-games, Baroquisms,...
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Robert Coover:The Grand Hotels (of Joseph Cornell)
Robert Coover takes us through the looking-glass of Joseph Cornell's boxes into a world of "Grand Hotels"...
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Isabelle Baladine Howald:Secret of Breath
Secret of Breath is a suite for two voices — a voice from outside and a voice from inside, a voice of the living and a voice of the dying...
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Gerhard Roth:The Will To Sickness
Gerhard Roth burst on the German-speaking scene in the early 1970s with three fiercely experimental novels, among them our present DER WILLE ZUR...
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Gerhard Rühm:I My Feet
Gerhard Rühm is a radical experimenter, a restless explorer of traditions and genres, atomizing their elements in order to recompose them with...
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Julie Kalendek:Our Fortunes
The poems in this book send intense probes into the depth of emotion, and at the same time play out an elliptical music of perceptions. Kalendek...
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Milli Graffi:Embargoed Voice
Graffi's poems place themselves on the edge between a highly pliant, "thick" language and absence of voice. Together, these two faces...
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Erica Carpenter:Perspective Would Have Us
Perspective Would Have Us enters dreams, films, foreign countries as so many fields of radiation with the power to mutate the forms of what we know...
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Pierre Alferi:OXO
A bouillon cube (literally), a conceptual cube (seven sections of seven poems, with each poem composed of seven seven-syllable lines) and at the same...
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Marie Borel:Close Quote
While questioning the possibility of communication (“Who’s able to decipher the thoughts that link two separate creatures?”) Borel...
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Dallas Wiebe:The Vox Populi Street Stories
A satirical novel, narrated by Gottlieb Otto Liebgott, a retired German doctor who lives in Cincinnati. It centers on the life and career of...
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Esther Tellermann:Mental Ground
All Esther Tellermann's poetry - from the first line of her first book: "time had the slowness of not-yet-asleep" - is an ongoing...
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