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Tag: Patrick Williamson

Poems by Valerio Grutt

Translated from the Italian by Patrick Williamson From “A city called six o’clock in the morning” (Edizioni della Meridiana, 2009) I’m hovering on the crooked balconyand you come with your soul on your shoulder you...

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Poems by Laure Cambau

Translated from the French by Patrick Williamson. 1 I could have fallen in love with a chairbut you sat downunder the femur clockyou took my eyes for doors my ghosts melted with the raina few slow stones were leftthat danced and...

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Poems by Francesca Farina

Francesca Farina is an Italian poet, writer, literary critic and culture professional. She has published a number of poetry works and a novel, Casa di mortin(www.bertonieditore.it). Literary awards or mentions include the Premio Internazionale di Poesia Eugenio Montale, Premio Tracce-Pablo Neruda, Premio Nazionale per il Sonetto Renato Fucini, and the Premio Scriveredonna.

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Tahar Bekri

Tahar Bekri was born in Tunisia, lived in Paris since 1976. Writes in French and Arabic. He has published about thirty works (poetry, journals, essays, art books).

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