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A Mingus Lullaby
Charles Mingus, the renowned musician, composer and civil rights activist, claimed to be three people,...
Phrases and Passages of a Salutary Song
This "salutary song" becomes a celebration of the richness of existence in all its forms...
The Fat Man Arpeggios
In The Fat Man Arpeggios, Pellegrino D'Acierno presents a ludic portrait of the Fat Man...
News from the Blockade and Other Poems
This translation shows precisely why Egito Gonçalves is considered one of Portugal's most important poets....
Autostrada per la luna
In queste pagine che si decide un esempio di vita, / di prospettive, di rinunce./...
The World Forgotten: Selected Poems
The World Forgotten is a selection of poems chosen from the first four books published...
After the End is a sequence of linked narrative poems, revealing a philosophical encounter between various necessary polarities: eye and ear, faith and reason, mythos and logos, essence and existence, as well as the connecting bridge, the corpus callosum, between them. The bridge is the a priori medium of language or the crossing from silence to speech and writing, but it's also a metaphysical bridge between a poet's being and the life of his soul.
After the End

David Sobelman
2006
After the End
Our Obsidian Tongues
The Graph of Roads: Selected Poems 1968-1999
Counterpanes
Here And Not Elsewhere: Selected Poems: 1990-2010
Interference
Daughters for Sale
Things My Mother Told Me
Les Amours difficiles
after words
Passenger: Selected Poems
Italian Women Poets
Les Âges de l'amour