What’s new in these pages?
With the kind permission of Pat Boran, the Archive
of Japan in English-Language Verse now includes his A
Natural History of Armed Conflict and Way
of Peace. We are pleased also to add the first audio file to the Archive:
listen to Pat Boran reading these poems here.
September 27, 2006
The editors of the Archive
of Japan in English-Language Verse are honored to be able to include
Michael Longley’s A
Gift of Boxes, A Grain
of Rice, The Weather
in Japan, and Birds
& Flowers, and Ciaran Carson’s The
Rising Sun, Fuji Film,
and February Fourteen.
August 13, 2006
Eileen Sheehan’s claiming
it has been added to The Archive
of Japan in English-Language Verse.
July 14, 2006
Through the courtesy of Lucien Stryk and Ohio University Press
/ Swallow Press, the Archive
of Japan in English-Language Verse now includes four poems by Lucien
Stryk: Hearn in Matsue
(1965), Zen: The Rocks of Sesshu
(1969), Awakening: Homage
to Hakuin, Zen Master, 1685~1768, and Translating
Zen Poems (1989).
June 29, 2006
The Archive of Japan
in English-Language Verse has a new co-editor, Irene De Angelis, University
of Turin. Thanks to Irene’s work, the Archive has been updated for
the first time in many months, with the addition of Joseph Woods’,
to Hokkaido, Where
the word for beautiful is clean, and Triptych,
Gabriel Rosenstock’s Farrera,
and Paul Durcan’s Raftery
in Tokyo and The
Journey Home from Japan. My thanks to Irene and of course also to
Joseph Woods, Gabriel Rosenstock, and Paul Durcan for their interest in