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Verge
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Mirror Image
In Mirror Image, Len Gasparini conflates lyrical poetry and prose into one voice, a voice...
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If This Were Death
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This is a trilingual -- Italian, English and French -- edition of Amelia Rosselli's last original collection of poetry in Italian. Written in 1979, Impromptu, as the title suggests, came about in a burst of creativity following a long period of silence and mental illness. Impromptu is a long poem of more than 350 lines divided into 13 sections.

"Earth was cleaned like / a toad picking a fight / distinguished by its captivating / bite."
Impromptu: A Trilingual Edition

Amelia Rosselli, Gian Maria Annovi, Diana Thow, Jean-Charles Vegliante
2014
Impromptu: A Trilingual Edition
The Other Shore
The Missing Field
Touch Earth
The Wall of the Earth
French Poets of Today
A God Hangs Upside Down
Bending the Continuum
Exile at Last: Selected Poems
Viamerica: The Eyes
Keeping Afloat
Fugitive Horizons
Fables for Isolated Men