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Sudeep Sen: ‘The architecture of a poem is very important to...

А starting point for this interview with Sudeep Sen is his poem ‘Language’, which we chose for our new Inkroci column — “Two-tongued sea”...

Sudeep Sen – Language

          My tongue was born promiscuous speaking in many languages,      my heart speaking another, my head yet another — in seamless translation.      Auricles, ventricles perennially pump circulating body’s...

Riccardo Duranti – Voice at a crossroads

Wind driven, the voice is at a crossroads: flushed from their nests in the dark delta between the two roads suddenly words flutter up. In small flocks they...

Barbara Ungar – Your Mother Serves Tongue

How could you put another creature’s tongue into your mouth? How could you bite, chew, swallow? Cannibal. Obscene. How could you tell the difference between a cow’s tongue and its delicious rump?...

Iliyana Deleva

Iliyana Deleva was born in Sofia in 1966. She is a freelance writer and critic, a haiku author and a teacher. She has been...

Rishi Dastidar: Nations appear to be timeless, but they are inventions

Rishi Dastidar: “Nations 'appear' to be timeless, but they are inventions, human inventions, as much as the steam engine, the microchip, dare I say...

Elizabeth Willis

Elizabeth Willis is the author of six collections of poetry, most recently Alive: New and Selected Poems, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. Other books...

Franco Buffoni – Mothers’ Tongues

For three years here in Rome I’ve had a partner From Turkey, a Kurd. Communist, tortured in jail, He knows men and wolfs down life, when he...

Franco Buffoni

Franco Buffoni was born in Gallarate (Lombardy) in 1948. He is a full professor of literary criticism and comparative literature. For 30 years he...

Gwyneth Lewis – Mother Tongue

‘I started to translate in seventy-three in the schoolyard. For a bit of fun to begin with – the occasional “fuck” for the bite of another language’s...