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Edited by Rakuraku, Maraea; Series edited by Manasiadis, Vana; Rickerby, Helen
The fourth book in the Seraph Press Translation celebrates Maori writing and the Maori language. This hand-bound collection features a poem each by seven Maori woman writers, originally written in English, and a translation in the Maori language. Each book is hand-bound.
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By Manasiadis, Vana
This bold hybrid of poetry, memoir, letter, essay and ekphrasis shows what alchemy can happen when pushing at the boundaries of what poetry is. Using strikingly unique forms and melding Greek with English, prose with poetry, and the past and present with fantasy and myth, The Gri...ef Almanac: A Sequel defies conventions.Read more
Translated by Manasiadis, Vana; Contributions by Kallergi, Lena; Chiotis, Theodore; Amanatidis, Vassilis
Greece is in crisis, but its poetry is in good heart. Greek/Kiwi poet Vana Manasiadis gathers and translates six poems by six of Greece's most exciting contemporary poets: Lena Kallergi, Theodore Chiotis, Phoebe Giannisi, Patricia Kolaiti, Vassilis Amanatidis, Katerina Iliopoulou.... Manasiadis brings their fresh, urgent words from one homeland to another.
This gorgeous bilingual chapbook is hand-bound with hemp thread and features cover art by Athenian graffiti artist Cacao Rocks.Read more
By Pasi, Claudio; Translated by Smith, Tim; Sonzogni, Marco; Series edited by Manasiadis, Vana; Rickerby, Helen
These thirteen poems provide an introduction to the recent work of Bolognese poet Claudio Pasi. It includes selections from his sequences 'Via del dolore' (Way of suffering, 2014), 'A cuore aperto' (Open heart, 2015) and 'Tempo di guerra' (Wartime, 2014), plus new poems.
As emin...ent poet Alessandro Fo says in his introduction to this collection, 'Pasi's poetics are characterised by an empathetic and moving attention to the little things - the mini-dramas - of life: those 'normal' but dramatic events in the day-to-day happenings of a person, family, or community.'Read more
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