Thinking Singing

Thinking Singing: Selected Poems provides a selection of my work translated (for the first time) into Italian by the extraordinary poet/translator Anny Ballardini. I began publishing my poetry in the early 1970s, and after many publications in magazines, my first book-length collection appeared in the early 1990s.
Rather than a comprehensive selection of mu poems over the past forty years, Thinking Singing represents a more focused endeavour.

di Hank  Lazer

Hank Lazer’s eighteen books of poetry include N24 (hand sewn handwritten chapbook in the Little Red Leaves Textile Series), N18 (complete) from Singing Horse Press (2012), Por - tions (Lavender Ink, 2009), The New Spirit (Singing Horse, 2005), Elegies & Vacations (Salt, 2004), and Days (Lavender Ink, 2002). In 2008, Lyric & Spirit: Selected Essays, 1996-2008 was published by Omnidawn. Pages from the notebooks have been performed with sopra - no saxophonist Andrew Raffo Dewar at the Uni - versity of Georgia and in Havana, Cuba. Features on the Notebooks appear in Talisman #42 (http:// www.talismanmag.net/ and Plume #34 (http:// plumepoetry.com/2014/04/featured-selection-5/. With co-editor Charles Bernstein, Lazer edits the Modern and Contemporary Poetics Series for the University of Alabama Press. In January 2014, La - zer retired from the University of Alabama (where he continues to teach) after 37 years in a variety of positions, including Associate Provost for Acade - mic Affairs, Executive Director of Creative Cam - pus, and Professor of English.

traduzione di Anny  Ballardini

Anny Ballardini completed her PhD (2013) at the University of Verona; her dissertation explores Charles Sanders Peirce’s philosophy in relation to contemporary American Poetry. Her MFA (2008) at the University of New Orleans was earned with a specialization in poetry. She has published two collections of poetry: Ghost Dance in 33 Movements (Otoliths, 2009); Opening and Closing Numbers (Moria, 2005). Her writing appears in online collections: In - struments of Change (Lavender Ink, 2007); Blogging as the sharing of knowledge: Poetry (Lavender Ink, 2006); Architecting Fate: Arakawa and Gins: Architecture and Philosophy (AG3: 2010). As a literary editor, she is the founder and editor of the Poets’ Corner (2004-present). She has translated Henry Gould’s In RI (2010), and several poets from English into Italian: Dennis Barone, Landis Everson, Ruth Fainlight, James Finnegan, Fan Ogilvie, Ann Fisher-Wirth; from Italian into English: Michele Pier - ri’s poetry, among others. She edited Ekleksographia’s special section on translation: http://ekleksographia. ahadadabooks.com/ballardini/index.html. Ballardini works as a translator and interpreter, and teaches English in Bolzano, South Tyrol.

Thinking Singing

Caratteristiche Tipografiche

Pagine 218
Formato 14x21
Rilegatura Brossura
   

Edizione Italiana

Ultima Edizione Stampa  2015
Anno 2015
ISBN 9788864642956