“Poem Written in a Copy of Beowulf”: Jorge Luis Borges translated by Alastair Reid — Buenos Aires Poetry

Extraído de Alastair Reid, Weathering : poems and translations, New York : Dutton, 1978, p. 124 – – Poem Written in a Copy of Beowulf At various times I have asked myself what reasons moved me to study while my night came down, without particular hope of satisfaction, the language of the blunt-tongued Anglo-Saxons. Used […]“Poem … Continue reading “Poem Written in a Copy of Beowulf”: Jorge Luis Borges translated by Alastair Reid — Buenos Aires Poetry

Thanh Tâm Tuyền | MAI (11) — SONGNGUTAITRAM

Thanh Tâm Tuyền (1936-2006), born Dzư Văn Tâm in Vinh, Vietnam. The legendary Vietnamese-American poet after 1975, spent 7 years in re-education camp, before taking his final breath in Minnesota, America. — Nguyễn Thị Phương Trâm, the poet and translator, born 1971 in Phu Nhuan, Saigon, Vietnam. The pharmacist currently lives and works in Western … Continue reading Thanh Tâm Tuyền | MAI (11) — SONGNGUTAITRAM

10 Speculative Fiction Magazines Open for Submissions NOW – Paying Markets – by Erica Verrillo… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

On Publishing … and Other Forms of Insanity: Speculative fiction is near and dear to my heart, so I am always on the lookout for speculative fiction magazines open to submissions. All of these are paying markets, and none charge submission fees. Get Full Details HERE10 Speculative Fiction Magazines Open for Submissions NOW – Paying Markets … Continue reading 10 Speculative Fiction Magazines Open for Submissions NOW – Paying Markets – by Erica Verrillo… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow … —

By Michael Mitchell The librarian takes Banquo’s order for a copy of Macbeth and goes out to the back room. Says he has started the process. “Try next week.” Next week Banquo follows up. He contemplates the back room, full of monkeys pounding away at typewriters, wall to wall. The librarian smiles and shakes his […]Tomorrow, … Continue reading Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow … —