Four from Japan: Contemporary Poetry & Essays by Women
Litmus Press, 2006 - Poetry - 100 pages
Poetry. Translated from the Japanese by Sawako Nakayasu, Ryoko Sekiguchi and Cole Swensen. This revolutionary volume represents the first book of its kind, a bilingual anthology dedicated to women working in modern and cross cultural poetry milieus. Published collaboratively by Belladonna Books and Litmus Press in honor of the Festival of Contemporary Japanese Women Poets with support by NYSCA.
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