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Neil Gaiman's "The Day The Saucers Came" translated into ASL, plus other awesome ASL poetry

Neil Gaiman’s poem “The Day The Saucers Came” translated into ASL by Crom Saunders

See five more American Sign Language poem translations (of Emily Dickinson, Lewis Carroll, Edgar Allan Poe, and William Shakespeare) at Bustle:  133 more words


(!) VLAK5 is leavin’ dah station

The newborn
as combat
as plesiosaur & yield
as listless momentary monster

(“”The Newborn”, Compression & Purity, Will Alexander)

Run, scrum, don t be late,  the machine, it will not wait. 1,293 more words


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

 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



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