Herberto Hélder’s Poemacto was originally published in 1961 by Porto Editora. Sergio Serano’s translation of ‘Poemacto II’ is presented by arrangement with the publishers.
Rowan Ricard Phillips’s translation of Melcion Mateu’s ‘L’adéu d’Adam Gerber’ (‘Adam Gerber’s Goodbye’) was featured on Words Without Borders in 2016.
All our thanks to the authors, poets, and reviewers who contributed to this issue, as well as the visual artists/photographers whose work is presented herein:
Lisa Lygo was born in London and now resides in the Devon countryside. She studied Fine Art at The North Wales School of Art & Design and The City & Guilds of London Art School. Lisa has exhibited her work widely in both the U.K. and the U.S.A. Gallery exhibitions include Walton Fine Art Knightsbrige, 2R Art Kensington, Art London Chelsea, Crossgate Gallery U.S.A and Asprey Bond Street. See more of her work here.
Yulia Kovanova is a Siberian-born Scotland-based artist. Her art practice concerns the investigation of movement, borders and boundaries, and perception, exploring the crossovers between people, society, and environment. She explores these areas across a range of media, including sculptural and light installations and moving image, and through collaborations with dancers, musicians, scientists, and poets. Examples of her work include experimental film ‘Plastic Man’ which premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival and received a BAFTA Scotland nomination; large-scale light, sound and poetry installation ‘Tonn’ at Aichi Triennale in Nagoya, Japan and a multimedia body of work created in collaboration with the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and presented at the Highlight Arctic Festival. Visit her website here.
Originally from California, Raquel Dorman lives in Brooklyn and holds an M.F.A. in poetry from N.Y.U. In her other life, she works at a yoga studio and wanders around the city.
In addition, a great many thanks are owed to the staff and advisors at University of St Andrews and to the English Department for their financial and moral support; thank you to The Scottish Poetry Library and StAnza, Scotland’s International Poetry Festival, for promoting us; thanks also to Topping&Co Bookshop in St Andrews and Lighthouse Bookshop in Edinburgh for hosting our Issue Three launch events, and to David Harsent for being our featured reader.
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