The Wolf 30

July 2014

Ilya Kaminsky – The Conductor Tells Us What He Noticed
Ilya Kaminsky – from Deaf Republic
Karthika Naοr – Amba: Manual for Revenge and Remembrance
John Kinsella – Beneath
Nora Bossong – Ah, Europe
Scott Thurston – from Moving
Stephen Burt – Snow Day Stephanie
Stephen Burt – Final Exam Stephanie
Sophie Mayer – Silence, Singing
Constantine Cavafy – Afternoon Sun
Ariel Resnikoff – The Man, the Woman & the Friday Meal
John Hennessy – Back Home
Peter Hughes – (194) I’ piansi, or canto, chι ’l celeste lume
Peter Hughes – (201) Real natura, angelico intelletto
Helen Moore – Succession, Hampton Court Palace
John Kinsella – Home Truths 1
John Kinsella – Home Truths 2
Terese Svoboda – Waziristan
Terese Svoboda – How to Make Money
John Redmond – Alexandra Two
John Hennessy – Ex-Girlfriend Golem
Helen Moore – Cabinet of Curiosities
Scott Thurston – You thought it didn’t need saying
Khin Aung Aye – Celebrations
John Wedgwood Clarke – Landslip
Ariel Resnikoff – Golden Circle
Toby Martinez de las Rivas – On Stockbridge Common

Damir Šodan – Croatian Poetry in the Twenty-First Century
Tomica Bajsic – A Man Fell in the Street From the Red Plague
Tatjana Gromaca – Heat
Marko Tomaš – Try This, Dear Wagner
Ana Brnardic – The Terrorist
Marko Pogacar – Man Eating in His Father’s Slippers

The Wolf Artist in Residence: Marcela Ramirez-Aza

James Byrne interviews Ilya Kaminsky

Catherine Gander – Selected Poems of Muriel Rukeyser

Helen Moore – The Vision of Error by John Kinsella

Sophie Mayer – The Gorgeous Nothings of Emily Dickinson

Mark Leech – thaw by Victor Rodriguez Nuρez

Valzhyna Mort – Terra Alba, Terra Incongnita: On Being a Belarusian Poet

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