Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Translation as Transhumance – By Mireille Gansel (Translated from the French by Ros Schwartz)...

(In this beautiful memoir of a life lived in and through translation, Mireille Gansel defines the process of bringing words from one language to...

The Anti-Poetry of Salvador Villanueva

    By Gustavo Rivera There is a sliver of truth when Josefina Rivera de Álvarez, in her book Literatura Puertorriquena: Su proceso en el tiempo (Puerto Rican...

The Long Weeping – By Jessie van Eerden ( An excerpt )

                   ( The Long Weeping - In this collection of portraits, the eye is the vital “lamp of the body,” a spiritual organ...

Celebrating Gandhi – Haiku Posters By Masood Hussain & Gabriel Rosenstock

Kashmiri artist Masood Hussain teamed up with bilingual poet and haiku master Gabriel Rosenstock to create 6 haiku posters that celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of Gandhi, the apostle of civil disobedience.

Concrete Art – By Mario Loprete

    I live in Catanzaro, a small Calabrian city in the south of Italy. It’s a beautiful place to live in. If geographically  it's a great...

The Rise of the Cli-Fi Literary Genre – By Danny Bloom

As the 20th century began to morph into the 21st century in the late 1990s, the global landscape of cultural production started to teem...

Art Photography by Carl Scharwath

  Artist Statement: I use photography as a means of self-expression. The most important quality of a photograph, as in all of art, is to evoke...

Other tongues: the stunning lingual diversity of India – By Karthik Venkatesh

The Eighth Schedule of the Indian Constitution lists the 22 official languages of India. These are the languages that the government of India officially...

Radius 200 – By Veena Nagpal (Excerpts)

Set against the backdrop of a nuclear strike on Allahabad, Radius 200 is a poignant story centering round love and longing and the very spirit...

Art Photography by Carl Scharwath

  Artist Statement: I use photography as a means of self-expression. The most important quality of a photograph, as in all of art, is to evoke...

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