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In this classic love story featuring passion, jealousy and murder, and set in pre-World War...
Instead of Whom Does the Flower Bloom: The Poems of Vlado Kreslin
Kreslin's poetry is a beautiful aesthetic experience, evocative and subtle, particularly rich in natural imagery....
Life Stories
I have written Life Stories virtually in the space of one breath -- these stories...
For The Maintenance of Landscape: Selected Poems
Most contemporary poets wear their cultural and artistic influences on their sleeve. Picking up a...
Snow Drifts, I Sing: Selected Poems
Juhan Liiv (1864-1913) has the same significance for Estonian culture that Federico García Lorca and...
Human Presences & Possible Futures: Selected Poems
This bilingual collection of poetry is a selection of award-winning Franco-Ontarian poet Robert Dickson's various...
Portraits of Absence is poetry of witness, of unflinching eyewitness accounts of atrocities--the devil's definition of humanity. Fabiano Alborghetti's words, unfolding with machine-gun hiccoughs and staccato rhythms, spaces where the dead drop and the living fall, weeping, are tactile, palpable, sonnets of wreckage and ruin. Consider him a 21st-century Wilfred Owen or Siegfried Sassoon, with even less reticence before Horror than either of those Great War Poets. Alborghetti is an essential voice, a cry out-of-the-wilderness of our own bad, mad, sad hearts. We are lucky to have such a courageous Cassandra; we are damned that he has so much Terror...

"I am a hindrance, I belong to the nation … / Stripped of belongings exile illuminated the debris / the back not yet pierced by bullets … / I am infamy: / marching, departing / head down."
Portraits of Absence

Fabiano Alborghetti, Marco Sonzogni, Ross Woods
Portraits of Absence
Pondering the Weight of Being: Selected Poems (1944-2013)
Elsewhere on Earth
8:17 pm, rue Darling
Things That Fall
The Four Roads Hotel
Mirrors of Absence
Speak Only of the Moon: A New Translation of Rumi
Date With Destiny
The Coincidence