Issue IX, Volume IV : May 2013
As Gregory Rabassa claims in his essay “No Two Snowflakes are Alike: Translation as Metaphor,” and I believe this to be true, “All poetry is translation.”
Carmelia Leonte is the editor of the national Romanian journal Dacia Literarǎ and author of four volumes of poetry (Procesiunea de Pǎpuşi / Procession of the Dolls,
Angela Ball's latest book of poetry is Night Clerk at the Hotel of Both Worlds (U of Pittsburgh P, 2007), winner of the Donald Hall Prize.
Ralph Black’s poems have appeared in West Branch, The Georgia and Gettysburg Reviews, Poetry Ireland Review, and elsewhere.
Billy Ramsell was born in Cork in 1977 and educated at the North Monastery and UCC. Complicated Pleasures, his first collection, was published by the Dedalus Press, Dublin, in 2007.