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To Love a Woman

Poet Diana Bellessi is considered to be the godmother of feminist & Lesbian poetry in Argentina. This new collection is translated by the poet and translator Leo Boix.

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The Water People

Lebanese poet Vénus Khoury-Ghata writes immersive, mesmeric verse that pulls the reader into a fluid world where humans and nature intertwine and merge.

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Consolatio

Consolatio

Habib Tengour is one of the most visionary voices of post-colonial Algeria. Now, for the first time poems from Tengour’s collection Consolatio, have been selected and translated into English by Delaina Haslam and Will Harris as part of the World Poet Series.

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Leaving

Leaving

Anar chronicles female experiences in Sri Lanka today from the aftermath of the civil war to the subtle terrors of societal expectation, translated from Tamil by Hari Rajaledchumy with Fran Lock.

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Embrace

Embrace

‘Embrace’ by Palestinian poet Najwan Darwish, showcases the variety and force of his lyric talent with new translations by Atef Alshear working with the poet Paul Batchelor.

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The Cartographer

The Cartographer

Hindi poet Mohan Rana’s poetry explores the topics of identity, truth, memory and nature, this collection features translations by Lucy Rosenstein working with Bernard O’Donoghue

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This Water

This Water

Gagan Gill is one of the most respected poets writing in Hindi today. Here is work is presented with translations by Lucy Rosenstein working with the poet Jane Duran.

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Aulò! Aulò! Aulò!

Aulò! Aulò! Aulò!

Featuring narrative and lyric poems by Eritrean poet Ribka Sibhatu as well as retellings of traditional oral African fables with translations by André Naffis-Sahely.

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the hammer and other poems

the hammer and other poems

Award-winning poet Adelaide Ivánova’s unsettling work considers both sexualised violence and consensual sex, brilliantly translated by the poet Rachel Long and Francisco Vilhena.

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My Tenantless Body

My Tenantless Body

Sichuanese poet Yu Yoyo’s sensitive yet forceful new voice leads us through the haunted nightscapes of China with dark wit, with translations by the poet A.K. Blakemore and Dave Haysom.

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Akin to Stone

Akin to Stone

A collection of enthralling visceral poems by Kurdish poet Bejan Matur with electrifying translations from the Turkish by the T.S. Eliot Prize-winning poet Jen Hadfield and bridge-translator Canan Marasligil.

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Ask the Thunder

Ask the Thunder

Maxamed Xaashi Dhamac ‘Gaarriye’ is regarded as one of the most important Somali poets of the twentieth century, translated by the acclaimed poet W.N. Herbert and translator Martin Orwin.

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The Sea-Migrations

The Sea-Migrations

Asha Lul Mohamud Yusuf is fast emerging as one of the most outstanding Somali poets. The poems in this Bloodaxe Books collection have been translated the English poet Clare Pollard.

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Groundbreaking Anthology Now Only £9

Groundbreaking Anthology Now Only £9

A gloriously diverse, revelatory selection of translations from the first ten years of the Poetry Translation Centre. 111 brilliant poems translated from 27 different languages, ranging from Arabic to Zapotec, with all the original scripts included.

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So At One With You

So At One With You

‘So At One With You’ is a groundbreaking dual-language anthology of modern poetry in Somali by 18 different poets. Edited by UK poet W. N. Herbert and Said Jama Hussein.

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Catastrophe

Catastrophe

Catastrophe is an electrifying poem by the Somali poet Xasan Daahir Weedhsame translated by British poet Daljit Nagra and scholar Martin Orwin and illustrated by the artist Bryan Talbot.

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Beginning to Speak

Beginning to Speak

In Beginning to Speak, Georgian poet Diana Anphimiadi makes the world unfamiliar with the flick of a pen, demonstrating why she is one of her country’s outstanding contemporary poets.

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Taste

Taste

This dual-language chapbook introduces the poetry of UK-based Somali poet Asha Lul Mohamud Yusuf, translated by Clare Pollard and Maxamed Xasan ‘Alto’ and Said Jama Hussein.

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History-Geography

History-Geography

History-Geography contains a selection of poems by Armenian-Turkish poet Karin Karakaşlı translated by Sarah Howe, an acclaimed UK poet whose first collection won the T.S. Eliot Prize.

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Box Set of Ten Chapbooks

Box Set of Ten Chapbooks

This gift set includes ten dual-language chapbooks from some of the PTC’s most cherished authors. The stunning individual titles are contained in a beautifully designed presentation box

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