The article by Peter Robertson, the president, publisher and founding editor of Interlitq: “The adventures of a literary review: InterLitQ Founder Peter Robertson describes his rollercoaster decade with the multilingual review” will be published in “The Linguist” TL56,2 (April/May 2017).
To mark the 83rd birthday today, 11th February, of Glenna Luschei, the U.S. author and editor and a Vice-President of Interlitq, the review publishes Luschei’s poem:
The Fabulous Planet Uranus
for my birthday February 11
Like me, Uranus takes eighty-four years to circle the sun.
We’re just now winding up, off to a rocky start
on the next orbit. I won’t last that ride
but we’re stocking up on provisions anyway.
Like me, Uranus lies sideways on its axis.
I can never get it right but am fortunate to be singled out
for this quirky ride. I don’t mind sharing my birthday
with others. Thomas Edison, for one, also intent
on incandescence, and Burt Reynolds.
Uranus, cold, blue and windy, you are the God
of the sky. You are the reason I skate on ice.
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