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A Beach in Maine
In this lyrical novella, reminiscent of Marguerite Duras, Suzanne Jacob describes the poignant sojourn of...
Viamerica: The Eyes
Rimanelli and Serrao meet for the first time in this collection of sonnets written under...
Star of Free Will
Amidst the many literary movements that have characterized Italian poetry since World War II, Spaziani...
Portrait of a husband with the ashes of his wife
Portrait of a Husband with the Ashes of His Wife addresses themes of destiny and...
The Southern Question
Antonio Gramsci's The Southern Question remains as provocative today as it was when it was...
Republic Denied: The Loss of Canada
Addressing political theory both past and present, this extended essay studies the personalities that have...
For various reasons but particularly due to political censorship, my poetry, written in prison, was published as a collection only in 1990. I myself, following several rejections by publishers, was not in a hurry to go public with the poems from those years, wanting my imprisonment experience to speak with a more mature and deeper voice. In the introduction to the first of the several books now published I wrote: “I have been unwilling to make claims of uniqueness for my life's most difficult period--those seven years of imprisonment. That which for me personally was a tragic exceptional experience, for...

"they sit silent as if dead / each with the same song / that smokes in my chest and my brain / with an eternal underground flame"
All I Have Is Words

Knuts Skujenieks, Margita Gailitis
All I Have Is Words
Federico Garcia Lorca: Songs and Ballads
Natural Stories #1
Les Amours difficiles
The Anarchist Banker: A new Interpretation and a new English Translation with the original Portuguese Edition
Talking It Out: The October Crisis from Inside
Love Letters
Smile, you're getting old!
Moncton Mantra
then touch me here
Pellucid Waters: Selected Poems