Interview with Danuta Kosk-Kosicka

Prolific LPR contributor Danuta E. Kosk-Kosicka has two books being published. The first, Face Half-Illuminated, includes sixteen original poems and Kosk-Kosicka’s translations of sixteen poems by her mother, Polish poet Lidia Kosk. Apprentice House published the book just this week, and it’s available on their site as well as Barnes & Noble. In April, CityLit Press releases […]

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On Being Invisible: Foreign Authors

This essay is one of a series inspired by the Little Patuxent Review Winter 2012 Social Justice issue. The first one was posted September 2011, and all feature people who have helped make marginalized segments of our world visible to mainstream America through poetry, prose and visual art. When Swedish writer, poet and translator Tomas Tranströmer was awarded the 2011 […]

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