Sue Burke (mount_oregano) wrote,
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Couplets: poetry on tour



It's National Poetry Month. To celebrate, Upper Rubber Boot Books is coordinating a book blog tour, and I'm one of the tourists.

Today, I'm posting at Heather Kamin's blog, where I discuss the thorny problems of translation in poetry, with examples of what works and what doesn't:
http://heatherkamins.com/2012/04/03/translation-in-poetry-thorny-problems-a-guest-post-by-sue-burke/

Fifty poets are participating in this tour. You can find links to their posts at:
http://www.upperrubberboot.com/couplets-a-multi-author-poetry-blog-tour/

This announcement is just the start. More poetry will be coming your way here throughout April at Mount Orégano — and in many other sites. Join the celebration.

— Sue Burke
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