Monthly Archives: April 2013

Endarkenment by Arkadii Dragomoshchenko

I am overjoyed that Arkadii Dragomoshchenko’s selected poems, Endarkenment, is now officially forthcoming from Wesleyan University Press. Edited by Eugene Ostashevsky, I hope and trust that this, sadly, posthumous collection will open the eyes of a new and broader English-speaking … Continue reading

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Cosima Bruno on Yang Lian’s Poetry through Translation

I’d like to draw your attention to a book published by Cosima Bruno and described below, entitled Between the Lines: Yang Lian’s Poetry through Translation. Bruno’s book makes a case for studying translations as a method of reading poetry. I’m … Continue reading

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Honorable Mention // 2013 Harry Levin Prize

A Common Strangeness has received an honorable mention for the American Comparative Literature Association’s 2013 Harry Levin Prize. The 2013 Levin Prize distinguishes the best first book in comparative literature published in 2010–2012. The citation from the selection committee, comprising Anne-Lise … Continue reading

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Jonathan Stalling reviews A Common Strangeness

Jonathan Stalling has reviewed A Common Strangeness for Modern Chinese Literature and Culture. The review begins: To begin with, Jacob Edmond’s new book, A Common Strangeness, is anything but common and signals what I hope will be a new trend … Continue reading

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