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marie lecrivain
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A lovely and abysmal mess - only every third Wednesday
A lovely and abysmal mess - only every third Wednesday

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my review of "Wreckage" poems by Argentine poet Roberta Iannamico, and translated by Alexis Almeida, is up at Al-Khemia Poetica.

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"Wreckage", by Roberta Iannamico, translated by Alexis Almeida
     Translated poetry is a fascinating, and sometimes risky venture, but one that offers the chance to read work by other poets who were previously inaccessible.      The art and success of translation primarily rests upon the translator. We may prefer one...

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My interview with Genie Nakano, author of "Colorful Lives: A Coloring-Tanka Poetry Book" (© 2016 Chin Music Press, www.chinmusicpress.com)

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Interview with Genie Nakano, author of Colorful Lives: A Tanka Coloring Poetry Book
       If you're an experimental poet, or a lover of various poetry forms, it's inevitable that short forms, including haiku, and tanka, will come into your life. Haiku, a three line Japanese poem, imbued with elements of nature and time, has made a success...

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Ron Lucas' "Mother Goose Market"
           There are works of poetry and fiction that emerge, full-blown, under extreme circumstance. These events inspire artists to data mine their psyches for inspiration. Quite often, an artist is not prepared for what lies beneath the polite society of...

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Review of the new Los Angeles poetry anthology "Angle of Reflection"
I’ve written quite a bit about the Los Angeles poetry community over the last 15 years; its diversity, micro-communities, and its outliers. I founded an online magazine in an attempt to harness the incredible ocean of literary talent that exists within its ...

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Review of the L.A. Poety Anthology Angle of Reflection
I’ve written quite a bit about the Los Angeles poetry community over the last 15 years; its diversity, micro-communities, and its outliers. I founded an online magazine in an attempt to harness the incredible ocean of literary talent that exists within its ...

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Interview with Angel Uriel Perales, author of The Acadians
   The writer who can successfully drop you into a world of her/his own creation, with no explanations, or preparation, is a writer to be reckoned with, particularly with Angel Uriel Perales’ new novella, The Acadians ( ©  2017 Rum Razor Press) . The Acadia...
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