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English-language readers owe Elaine Feinstein “a debt of gratitude for introducing so many readers in English to Tsvetaeva’s lush, open voice”

Elaine Feinstein

Elaine Feinstein

Elaine Feinstein, the UK author who contributed to Issue 6 of Interlitq, has been cited in “For the great poet Marina Tsvetaeva, “every verse was a child of love” (Yolanda Delgado, Russia Beyond the Headlines, 26.09.13):

The following is an excerpt of Elaine Feinstein’s translation of “Poem of the End”: “Understand: we have grown into one as we slept and now I can’t jump because I can’t let go your hand/and I won’t be torn off as I press close to you: this bridge is no husband but a lover: a just slipping past/our support: for the river is fed with bodies! I bite in like a tick you must tear out my roots to be rid of me.” English-language readers owe Feinstein a debt of gratitude for introducing so many readers in English to Tsvetaeva’s lush, open voice.

Marina Tsvetaeva, 1925, by Pyotr Shumov. Source: Press photo

Marina Tsvetaeva, 1925, by Pyotr Shumov. Source: Press photo

Sari Nusseibeh, the Palestinian philosopher who is the Vice-President of Interlitq, has been cited in “Have the Palestinians Despaired of the Two-State Formula?” (Gilead Sher and Zaki Shalom, Canada Free Press, 02.05.12): “Unlike Abu Alaa, Nusseibeh does not absolve the PA of responsibility, and along with blame on Israel he claims that ‘it took us, the Palestinians, a long time to accept that we should recognize Israel as a state'”

Sari Nusseibeh, the Palestinian philosopher who is the Vice-President of Interlitq, has been cited in “Have the Palestinians Despaired of the Two-State Formula?” (Gilead Sher and Zaki Shalom, Canada Free Press, 02.05.12): “Unlike Abu Alaa, Nusseibeh does not absolve the PA of responsibility, and along with blame on Israel he claims that ‘it took us, the Palestinians, a long time to accept that we should recognize Israel as a state'”.

La edicion 16 de Interlitq ya ha sido publicada

La edicion 16 de Interlitq ya ha sido publicada, con textos nuevos escritos por Rosetta Allan, Jenny Argante, Gigi Fenster, Helen Heath, Kerry Hines, David Howard, Andrea Jeftanovich, André Naffis-Sahely, James Norcliffe, Maris O’ Rourke, Jack Ross, L.E. Scott, Campbell Taylor, Alan Wall y Hayden Williams; y Tom Mutch como artista invitado.

Issue 16 of Interlitq is now live

Issue 16 of Interlitq, with new work by Rosetta Allan, Jenny Argante, Gigi Fenster, Helen Heath, Kerry Hines, David Howard, Andrea Jeftanovich, André Naffis-Sahely, James Norcliffe, Maris O’ Rourke, Jack Ross, L.E. Scott, Campbell Taylor, Alan Wall and Hayden Williams, and Tom Mutch as Guest Artist, is now live.

La edicion 16 de Interlitq será publicada esta semana

La edicion 16 de Interlitq será publicada esta semana con textos nuevos escritos por Rosetta Allan, Jenny Argante, Gigi Fenster, Helen Heath, Kerry Hines, David Howard, Andrea Jeftanovich, André Naffis-Sahely, James Norcliffe, Maris O’ Rourke, Jack Ross, L.E. Scott, Campbell Taylor, Alan Wall y Hayden Williams.  El artista invitado sera Tom Mutch