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Martin Glaz Serup

Martin Glaz Serup was born in 1978 and lives in Copenhagen. He has published seven collections of poetry, most recently Roman Nights (2013) and the long poem The Field (2010). Serup has been involved in editing the literary journals Apparatur, Litlive, Hvedekorn and is since 2011 a member of the literary blog collective Promenaden. He was awarded the Michael Strunge Prize for poetry.



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Roman Nights

poetry

October 2014

Martin Glaz Serup

TR. Christopher Sand-Iversen

poetry

October 2014

4.    It’s New Year’s Eve, I’m standing newly divorced on a roof in a town, we toast the rockets wobble on their way...

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Interview

November 2016

Interview with Dodie Bellamy

Lucy Ives

Interview

November 2016

The summer of 2016 was for me the Summer of Dodie Bellamy. I am a New York resident, but...

feature

Issue No. 11

Literature in a Distracted Era

Adam Thirlwell

feature

Issue No. 11

There are two categories in the literary system I’d like to celebrate at high speed: the lonely writer, and...

poetry

September 2011

The Cinematographer, a 42-year-old man named Miyagawa, aimed his camera directly at the sun, which at first probably seemed like a bad idea

Michael Earl Craig

poetry

September 2011

Last night Kurosawa’s woodcutter strode through the forest, his axe on his shoulder. Intense sunlight stabbed and sparkled and...

 

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