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Maria Sabina and Psychedelic Enchantment -- A Postsecular View (RMMLA Presentation)

(The following is a presentation version presented on the Oral and Traditional Arts panel at the 2014 Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association conference in Boise, Idaho.)   3,773 more words

ALTA 2015: Translation & Traffic Call For Proposals

ALTA15
TRANSLATION & TRAFFIC
 October 28-31, 2015, in Tucson AZ

Keynotes: Stephen Snyder & Jerome Rothenberg

The annual American Literary Translators Association (ALTA) conference is the largest gathering of literary translators all year. 237 more words

Calls

EduDada

The goal is serious, the way is humorous. Or sarcastic. Or a game. Everybody’s life is wholly like that, when lived without external coercion. We play until death takes us away.” 1,432 more words

Summerhill

Page Poetry Parlor Presents JEROME ROTHENBERG + JANET HAMILL: Sunday April 6th at 3pm

This Sunday, join us for a double reading of newly published work by Jerome Rothenberg and Janet Hamill, and a welcoming party for Jerome and Diane Rothenberg at the start of their April visit to NYC. 332 more words

Page Poetry

Translation

Schreibheft: Zeitschrift für Literatur, the #82 February 2014 issue is devoted to translation.

The issue includes a poem by Vladislav Petković Dis, a Serbian symbolist poet who died near the end of WWI, translated from the Serbo-Croatian by Zarko Radakovic and Peter Handke, followed by their conversation about the poem with the editor of  1,024 more words

The morning star / L'étoile du matin

“Then the time came for Quetzalcoatl too, when he felt the darkness twist in him like a river, as though it meant to weigh him down, & he thought to go then, to leave the city as he had found it & to go, forgetting there ever was a Tula” 565 more words

Myths / Mythes