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"A Thousand Martyrs I Have Made" by Aphra Behn

A THOUSAND Martyrs I have made,

All sacrific’d to my desire;

A thousand Beauties have betray’d,

That languish in resistless Fire.

The untam’d Heart to hand I brought, 93 more words

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Eviscerator Heaven 1-3 (edited by A.J. Kaufmann, 2008)

Here are the free PDF files of 3 issues of a zine I ran back in 2008, called Eviscerator Heaven – a “kick-ass online journal”. Despite the laughable “design”, there is some nice poetry inside, by a variety of people who used to write the good stuff back then, and I’m sure most of them still do. 22 more words

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Antioch Review contributor, John Taylor releases new book on European poetry

John Taylor’s regular Antioch Review column, “Poetry Today” covers European poetry. Many of his columns are now also available in his new collection,  A Little Tour through European Poetry… 740 more words

CRIMSONING THE EAGLE’S CLAW

Author Ian Crockatt has just published these translations of Norse Skaldic verse, with Ark Publications.

CRIMSONING THE EAGLE’S CLAW is a new translation of the Norse poems of Rognvaldr Kali Kolsson, Earl of Orkney. 1,060 more words

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THE POETRY OF RUTGER KOPLAND 1

A World Beyond Myself, Enitharmon, 1991

Memories of the Unknown, Harvill Press, 2001

Part 1: Beginnings

In 1996, New York’s Vintage Press brought out ‘The… 1,512 more words

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INGEBORG BACHMANN

Darkness Spoken: the Collected Poems of Ingeborg Bachmann    Zephyr Press      2006

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Born in 1926 in southern Austria, Bachmann died, after a rollercoaster ride of fame and withdrawal, in somewhat mysterious circumstances, in 1973 at her Rome apartment. 2,150 more words

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JUDITH HERZBERG: Poets who deserve to be better known


Judith Herzberg was one of the group of Dutch writers who appeared in print in the 1960s. After the experimental ‘50s there emerged a plainer style. 798 more words

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