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3 poems by Adrian Suciu translated from Romanian by Nicoleta Crăete

Adrian Suciu’s poems are profusely rich in imagery and flesh; whether addressing mundane interaction or the divine figure, the language remains simple, yet deep in meaning.

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Using raw, sparkling language, the poems of Cătălina Florina Florescu boldly address the body and womanhood, by blurring the lines between expectations and ownership.

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Ping Wang is a recipient of NEA, Bush, Lannan and McKnight Fellowships, director of Kinship of Rivers project, professor English at Macalester College, she is also a dancer, photographer and installation artist.

Poet, Rose Mary Boehm

Poet, Rose Mary Boehm's poetry is hones from close observation, whether of people or place.

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