Poetry

‘I had the courage to work at the very root of evil:’ 3 poems by Romanian poet Mariana Marin

‘I had the courage to work at the very root of evil:’ 3 poems by Romanian poet Mariana Marin

‘Feelings can occupy the resistance:' 2 Latvian poems by Ligija Purinaša and Katrīna Rudzīte

‘Feelings can occupy the resistance:’ 2 Latvian poems by Ligija Purinaša and Katrīna Rudzīte

'I didn’t think it was my fault, but thanks:' feminist poetry from Romania by Ileana Negrea and Cătălina Stanislav

‘I didn’t think it was my fault, but thanks:’ feminist poetry from Romania by Ileana Negrea and Cătălina Stanislav

‘The sun rises like a knife:’ 2 poems by Latvian poet Agnese Rutkēviča

‘The sun rises like a knife:’ 2 poems by Latvian poet Agnese Rutkēviča

‘Here you can listen to the sound of Wi-Fi:’ 2 poems by Latvian poet Elvira Bloma

‘Here you can listen to the sound of Wi-Fi:’ 2 poems by Latvian poet Elvira Bloma

Aliona van der Horst explores the life and death of poet Boris Ryzhy | Film of the week

Aliona van der Horst explores the life and death of poet Boris Ryzhy | Film of the week

’I come to see birth as a shift:‘ 2 poems by Georgian artist Karlo Kacharava

’I come to see birth as a shift:‘ 2 poems by Georgian artist Karlo Kacharava

‘The non-digital memory of snow:’ 2 poems by Georgian poet Nene Giorgadze

‘The non-digital memory of snow:’ 2 poems by Georgian poet Nene Giorgadze

‘History crams a lesson down your throat:’ a thunderous poem on wartime by Russian poet Polina Barskova

‘History crams a lesson down your throat:’ a thunderous poem on wartime by Russian poet Polina Barskova

‘I don’t want my ovaries:’ 3 poems on child-freedom by Romanian poet Miruna Vlada

‘I don’t want my ovaries:’ 3 poems on child-freedom by Romanian poet Miruna Vlada

‘We became White Others:’ 3 migration poems by Slovenian writer Nika Mahnič

‘We became White Others:’ 3 migration poems by Slovenian writer Nika Mahnič

‘Fear that spread like laughing gas:’ 2 poems by Slovenian poet Muanis Sinanović

‘Fear that spread like laughing gas:’ 2 poems by Slovenian poet Muanis Sinanović

Adam Zagajewski: where to start with his literature

Adam Zagajewski: where to start with his literature

‘Fear of wrongful conviction:’ 2 poems by Latvian poet Jelena Glazova

‘Fear of wrongful conviction:’ 2 poems by Latvian poet Jelena Glazova

Rediscovering Boris Poplavsky: poet, exile and enfant terrible of Russia’s Silver Age

Rediscovering Boris Poplavsky: poet, exile and enfant terrible of Russia’s Silver Age

Wisława Szymborska: where to start with her literature

Wisława Szymborska: where to start with her literature

‘What are our poets smiling at?’ 2 poems by Slovenian poet Aleš Šteger

‘What are our poets smiling at?’ 2 poems by Slovenian poet Aleš Šteger

'Your hands are scissors that cut through my dream:’ an erotic poem by Czech surrealist Vítězslav Nezval

‘Your hands are scissors that cut through my dream:’ an erotic poem by Czech surrealist Vítězslav Nezval