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Translation Po-int: With Clara Burghelea

Miriam Calleja International Poetry

Miriam believes that poetry and prose are tools for storytelling that encourage unity. She has great faith in collaboration as a key to communication.

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Four poems by Guido Cupani translated by Patrick Williamson

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Poetry by Indran Amirthanayagam

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