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The Call to
Destroy Nixon

by Pablo Neruda

translated by Chad Sweeney

[F]rom time to time I must be
a bard of public service,
which is to say that
I must give the lumberjack,
the shepherd, the bricklayer, the farm-hand,
the gasfitter or any poor foot soldier,
the power to break free with a clean punch
or to release the madness
like flames from his ears.  

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Call me Noah

by Lennart Sjögren

Translated by Göran Malmqvist

“...a magnifi cent poem
...with the language scaled
to the innermost,
Call me Noah occasionally owns
almost self-clarifying clarity.”
—Magnus Bremmer, Svenska Dagbladet  

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Earthly Lexicon
Selected Poems and Prose

by Regina Derieva

The Russian poet Regina Derieva
was born in Odessa on the Black Sea,
and enjoyed the shifting rhythms of the sea:
"Water is the ideal apparel. However many times
you get into it, it's the same".  

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Unseen Isles and
Other Poems

by Robin Fulton Macpherson

Since 1973 Robin Fulton's home base
has been in Norway and
in the decades since
he has built a solid reputation
as a translator of Scandinavian poets,
such as Tomas Tranströmer,
Kjell Espmark,
Harry Martinson and
Olav H. Hauge.  

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  • Call to Destroy Nixon by Pablo Neruda

  • Call Me Noah by Lennart Sjogren

  • Earthly Lexicon by Regina Derieva

  • Unseen Isles and Other Poems by Robin Fulton Macpherson

WHITE HOLES

White Holes      

James Hart III

Paperback - September 2006
80 Pages
ISBN: 0-9779703-1-0
USD $11.95 + $1.50 shipping

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White Holes is a sequence of poems that attempts to give speech, broken as it might be, to the grief that is felt in the wake of a mother's death. Here, in Hart's left-behind world, what isn't said — what can't be said — carries as much weight as what is said. There is a delicate balance in these poems between language and articulation and the fractured space, both psychic and visible, that must be entered and accounted for in the aftermath of the mother's absence. It was Beckett who made the claim: “you must go on, I can't go on, I'll go on.” No other book of poems, no other poet, in recent years, seizes hold of this declaration and makes from it an artifact that is both holy and wholly his own.



About the Author, James Hart III

James Hart III James Hart III lives in southwest Detroit. Currently he has published two manuscripts: the watchable book, weightless language press (03) and white holes Marick (06). Forthcoming is high-coup, Slack Buddha Press (10). His work has appeared in Dispatch, volumes 6 (03) and 7 (04) Door Jamb Press, Past Tents Press on line anthology, The Cafe Review (ME) summer of (06) He also has work forthcoming in the M.O.C.A.D journal. He is the director and editor of white print inc, a new avant garde Detroit press dedicated to emerging and unknown writers, amongst well established poets from Detroit and beyond. He curates The Woodward-Line series, a nationally visible venue in its seventh year. In (01) he corresponded with Jacques Derrida, who expressed great interest in his work.



 

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