The Literary Magazine of the Association of Literary Scholars, Critics, and Writers
Author: Richard Sieburth
Richard Sieburth’s Henri Michaux, A Certain Plume was awarded the PEN prize for poetry in translation in 2019; his Oswald von Wolkenstein, Songs from a Single Eye was long-listed for the same award in 2020. He is currently preparing an edition of Baudelaire’s Late Fragments for Yale University Press.
Jacques Darras, born 1939 in Ponthieu, France, has since 1988 been engaged in the composition of a long poem in 8 cantos about a short river in Northern France, La Maye. This, in addition to his French translations of Walt Whitman, Samuel Coleridge, William Blake, Basil Bunting, Malcolm Lowry etc. He was awarded the Prix Apollinaire and Grand Prix de Poésie by the French Academy in 2006.