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The Drunken Boat ISSN: 1530-7646
Summer-2001 Vol.2, Issue I I



All poets are Jews.
—Marina Tsvetayeva translated by Paul Celan
 

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Recent Issues


Be sure and visit Spring 2001 with a selection of poetry from Canada and an interview with Coral Hull
Coral Hull
, the Australian poet and editor. Don't miss the feature of Salmon Publishing, Big City Lit, flower images from Israel, reviews, and much more.


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Issues 2000

Click Here for our debut issue in Spring 2000 that contains an interview with Ruth Stone National Book Critics Circle Award Winner Ruth Stone.

Summer 2000 read our interview with David Romtvedt
David Romtvedt
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Fall 2000 read an interview, along with a selection of new work, with the MacArthur Award winning poet,
Eleanor Wilner Eleanor Wilner.

In Winter 2000 read an interview with Tony Barnstone
Tony Barnstone
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E-Interview

Arthur Sze

Arthur Sze and The Silk Dragon

“When I read Li Po, Tu Fu, Wang Wei, I knew immediately that I wanted to translate their poems. I didn't live with their work for a long time, but I was deeply excited by it. I think I experienced that shock of recognition that comes when one reads and experiences great poetry. ” An e-view with Arthur Sze.
By Rebecca Seiferle

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Visuals


Eucalyptus Bark A selection of original digital photographs, Living With Trees from Reva Sharon, an award-winning Israeli artist and photographer.



Inland image
Inland with images of Australia by Coral Hull, writer, photographer and animal rights activist.

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Online

Arbutus "With our roots in Northwestern Washington we chose the name Arbutus because it is one of our favorite trees in our landscape and frankly, because it sounds good. The Madrona tree has the habit of shedding its maroon bark year round. We thought this an ample metaphor for the ever changing internet."
By Jeremy Voigt


NY Lit tree logo The New York State Lit(erary) Tree web site, first appeared on the world wide web in 1999 and, since then, has welcomed thousands of visitors. The site, a project of Bright Hill Press, Inc., a not-for-profit literary organization, in partnership with the New York State Council on the Arts, was created to serve NYSCA-funded organizations with literary programs, their curators, and the poets and writers they present, and has expanded to serve independent literary presses and magazines and presenting organizations offering literary programs. importance.”
By Bertha Rogers

niederngasse
A free monthly e-zine, in English, Spanish and German with an open call for submissions. The Swiss magazine, Niederngasse, features the work of new as well as more established poets. Each issue showcases fifteen never before published poems... By Pasquale Capocasa

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Continuing Features

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We are pleased to announce the latest from Archipelago which includes, among many riches, "You will find there lovely and unsettling poetry, a memory-story, letters from abroad (Lithuania and Beijing), and another installation in the series about publishing, 'Institutional Memory.'" By Katherine McNamara.

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Recommended Reading

Extraordinary TideExtraordinary Tide: New Poetry by American Women edited by Susan Aizenberg and Erin Belieu.

Iced WaterIced Water
A first poetry collection by the Canadian poet, John Unrau.





Arthur Sze's translation from the Chinese

Silk Dragon

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Reviews

Poems by the Canadian poet, Anne Michaels.Reviewed by Carol Moldaw.

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Columns

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riverviews

A look at the Lithuanian poetry scene by J.C. Todd. The first in an ongoing series of columns.

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Essays

Canadian Literature Online. A thorough look at the Canada's thriving online poetry scene with a complete list of links by Michael Bryson, editor and publisher of The Danforth Review.

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Sites Featured:

Archipelago

Arbutus

NYSLitTree

Niederngasse

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Previously Featured

Archipelago
Atlanta Review Bellingham Review
BigCityLit
Caribbean Writer
Defined Providence
Dublin Writers Workshop
Isibongo
KotaPress Journal
LA Poetry Festival
The Library
Literary Salt
New Mexico CultureNet
New Works Review
Online Center/Gidean Studies
The Poetry Porch
Pudding House
Rattapallax Press
Salmon Publishing
Samsara Quarterly
Santa Fe Poetry Broadside
Switched-on Gutenberg
Transference
UN Dialogue on Civilizations
Wise Women’s Web

Links

American Academy of Poets
Archipelago
AWP
Bellingham Review
Beloit Poetry Journal
Big City Lit
BOA Editions
The Caribbean Writer
Copper Canyon Press
Defined Providence
Dublin Writers Workshop
Free Verse Poetry Journal
Isibongo
KotaPress
LA Poetry Festival
The Library
Literary Salt
the Marlboro Review
New Works Review
Niederngasse
OnlineCenter/GideanStudies
Paris Press
Pif
Ploughshares
Poetry Daily
Poetry Kit
The Poetry Porch
Poets&Writers
Pudding House
Rattapallax Press
Salmon Poetry
Samsara Quarterly
Santa Fe Poetry Broadside
Southern Ocean Review
Switched-On Gutenberg Thylazine
Transference
UN Dialogue
Wise Women’s Web

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