Zoland Poetry: An Annual of Poems, Translations and Interviews - No. 3 (Paperback)
This third volume in the Zoland Poetry series includes previously unpublished work by: Albert Goldbarth, Deborah Woodward, Ron Padgett, Menna Elfyn, D. A. Powell, Elizabeth Hughey, William Corbett, Zhai Yongming, Liliana Ursu and Major Jackson, alongside translations by noted translators and critics Sean Cotter, Andrea Lingenfelter, Nancy Arbuthnot, Michael Naydan and Arthur Sze.
The featured writers in No.3 include celebrated poet, anthropologist, and literary critic Nathaniel Tarn, interviewed by Daniel Bouchard, and Joshua Marie Wilkinson in conversation with author and translator Nathalie Stephens.
About the Author
Roland Pease was editor and publisher of Zoland Books for fifteen years. At Zoland Books, he published, and was sometimes the first to “discover,” such writers as Ha Jin, Kevin Young, Anne Porter, William Corbett, Ange Mlinko, Patricia Smith, and Dean Young.
Praise for Zoland Poetry: An Annual of Poems, Translations and Interviews - No. 3…
"Though there are many annuals of poetry, Zoland Books produces one of thebest. A wide range of poets and styles are presented here without anyoverbearing dogma or preference for a certain kind of poem. The criterion ismerely excellence, detected by the keen eye of Roland Pease." – The Bloomsbury Review
“The third Zoland Poetry is full of delight, drama and surprise–it contains a tango for the jealous; a bored genie; Padgett’s imagination; ways to take an airplane apart; Goldbarth’s verve; and international voices from China, Vietnam, Wales and more. By turns serious and playful, and then always seriously at play, this annual anthology rounds up the unusual suspects in contemporary poetry and represents them with all their energy and wit.” –John Skoyles
“Far too much provocative thought flies under the radar of English-language readers; here’s a new radar station, registering worldwide movement.” –ForeWord Magazine
“. . . somewhere between highly recommended and essential . . . Zoland Poetry is a reminder of the sudden force that poetry can affect . . .”–American Book Review