Translation


Untitled [“i planted a camellia in the yard”] by Lyudmyla Khersonska, translated by Katherine E. Young

    i planted a camellia in the yard. i wanted to be a lady, not a war-ravaged rag, to cast down my lashes, let fall a light glove, put on red beads, patent-leather boots, i listen: are there explosions, does someone stomp the earth....     Lyudmyla Khersonska lives […]


Winter Poem 33 by Jakuzen, translated by Patrick Donnelly & Stephen D. Miller

Download the PDF file .     Jakuzen was a 12th century priest of the Buddhist Tendai sect; he resided outside the capital of Kyoto in Ōhara. He left behind three manuscripts of waka poetry; that forty-seven of his poems were published in several imperial poetry anthologies of the late […]


Winter Poem 36 by Jakuzen, translated by Patrick Donnelly & Stephen D. Miller

Download the PDF file .     Jakuzen was a 12th century priest of the Buddhist Tendai sect; he resided outside the capital of Kyoto in Ōhara. He left behind three manuscripts of waka poetry; that forty-seven of his poems were published in several imperial poetry anthologies of the late […]


Winter Poem 37 by Jakuzen, translated by Patrick Donnelly & Stephen D. Miller

Download the PDF file .     Jakuzen was a 12th century priest of the Buddhist Tendai sect; he resided outside the capital of Kyoto in Ōhara. He left behind three manuscripts of waka poetry; that forty-seven of his poems were published in several imperial poetry anthologies of the late […]


Winter Poem 32 by Jakuzen, translated by Patrick Donnelly & Stephen D. Miller

Download the PDF file .     Jakuzen was a 12th century priest of the Buddhist Tendai sect; he resided outside the capital of Kyoto in Ōhara. He left behind three manuscripts of waka poetry; that forty-seven of his poems were published in several imperial poetry anthologies of the late […]


maybe this thought will help us by Carl-Christian Elze, translated by Caroline Wilcox Reul

    maybe this thought will help us: we were never separated and can never be separated .. everything in this world in this universe: white dwarfs and snow, space fog and trees, egg cups and sheep bacteria and cars, toilet seats and people, and don’t forget: dogs – everything […]