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Call the Sea a Poet: Focus on Malta (No.2, 2023)

Call the Sea a Poet: Focus on Malta (No.2, 2023)

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‘Call the Sea a Poet’ highlights Maltese poetry in translation and in English, including work by Nadia Mifsud translated by Miriam Calleja and Luke Galea; Antoine Cassar; Maria Grech Ganado; Leanne Ellul translated by Helena Camilleri; and Immanuel Mifsud, translated by Ruth Ward and Immanuel Mifsud. Adrian Grima contributes both an essay, ‘Of Reach and Richness’, which includes the Maltese language’s connections to various Arabics, and a poem in Albert Gatt’s translation. Also in ‘Call the Sea a Poet’: Adriana Diaz-Enciso’s translation of, an in honour of, the late Mexican poet David Huerta; Siavash Saadlou’s translation of Mohammad-Ali Sepanlou; two sterling prose poems by Aya Nabih in Sara Elkamel’s translation; and, in an interview by Sana Goyal, Meena Kandasamy on internal colonialisms and her feminist translation of the Kāmattu-p-pāl.

All in this new issue of the groundbreaking magazine dedicated to poetry in translation: for a poetry magazine belonging to the world, read MPT.