33 entries by Grace Cavalieri
From his confinement in a prison cell, a Nobel Prize-winning poet reflects on Tiananmen and the human-rights struggle in China.
The Welsh writer gives us a novel seen through the eyes of a vindictive esthete/serial killer.
This haunting collection by a “philosopher poet” is a conversation with himself.
Svoboda’s new novel is the Bohemian answer to Willa Cather’s My Antonia.
Poetry of the spirit and of large ideas, with a light hand.
Drawing on his wide-ranging travels, poet Forrest Gander considers the transfer of feelings between cultures.
In this latest poetry collection from a lyrical master, “tension trembles below a tranquil surface.”