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Jacob Siefring
Jacob Siefring studied French literature in Montreal and at the Université de Nantes. His translations of Pierre Senges’s writing appear in The Collagist, Gorse Journal, Numéro Cinq, Hyperion, The Brooklyn Rail, and 3:AM. His translation of Mallarmé’s long typographical poem Un coup de dés jamais n’abolira le hasard is in the inaugural issue of Vestiges. He resides in Ottawa and blogs at bibliomanic.com.

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fiction

June 2015

Gandalf Goes West

Chris Power

fiction

June 2015

Hal stands in front of the screen. On the screen the words GANDALF GOES EAST.   GO EAST, types...

poetry

February 2013

Redacted, Redacted

Les Kay

poetry

February 2013

Here the censorship, which you’ve taught yourself, is self-inflicted (low sugar, low fat); it begins with the swinging shadow...

poetry

January 2015

Diana's Tree

Alejandra Pizarnik

TR. Yvette Siegert

poetry

January 2015

Diana’s Tree, Alejandra Pizarnik’s fourth collection, was published in 1962, when the poet was barely 26 years old. Named after...

 

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