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Seanchaí: With Lydia Renfro
‘He was Adam, separate, oak and beech and hazel trees crowded him, squeezed him, they were pigs buckling and squirming and their flesh heaved against him, sizzled and withered to a crinkled brown mass of labyrinths that formed and melted, formed and melted, and the air was full of screams. His own.’
Translation Po-int: With Clara Burghelea
John Casquarelli’s poems exult in vividness and engage the body of the reader in unexpected ways.
The Critical Nib: With Emma Lee
Dave Kavanagh reviews ‘The Enlightenment of the Greengage Tree’ by Shokoofeh Azar, shortlisted for the International Booker Prize, 2020.