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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: DECENCY

From DECENCY By Marcela Sulak: selections from SOLIDARITY vi. Virginity It’s not that you get tired, it’s that it starts to be the only thing, starts to disappear you. Your parents phone you at college to ask: how is your … Continue reading

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Interview with Mark Smith-Soto

[The following interview and introductory remarks were originally published in Cold Mountain Review in 2006.] Mark Smith-Soto is difficult to classify. He is a professor of Spanish and Latin American literature, a playwright, a poet, a translator, the editor of … Continue reading

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Sunday Poetry Series

A Hot Minute by Okla Elliott -for S.P. What a strange phrase. We’ll stop by the bar for a hot minute, you say, or: Talk with me for a hot minute. As if what I had to say was so … Continue reading

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THE ART OF FAILURE: POETRY IN TRANSLATION

[This piece previously appeared in Poet’s Market 2010 and Poet’s Market 2011.] THE ART OF FAILURE: POETRY IN TRANSLATION by Okla Elliott “Translators are the shadow heroes of literature, the often forgotten instruments that make it possible for different cultures … Continue reading

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