Daily Archives: June 14, 2017

A Selection of Poems by Selva Casal, translated from the Spanish by Jeannine Pitas

    http://www.tupeloquarterly.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Selva_Casal_for_Tupelo.pdf     Selva Casal (b. 1930) is the author of fifteen books of poetry. A former lawyer and professor of sociology, Casal is inspired by her experiences working with people who have faced injustice. She resides in Montevideo, Uruguay.   Jeannine Marie Pitas is the author of […]

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 […]