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MUSCADINE
A.H. Jerriod Avant

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STATUS PENDING
Adrian Blevins

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BACK TO THE WOODS
Cynthia Cruz

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STEADY DIET
OF NOTHING
A Novel
Cynthia Cruz

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CREATURE
Michael Dumanis

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WHALE ARIA
Rajiv Mohabir

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THE DISORDERED
ALPHABET
Cintia Santana

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MULBERRY STREET
STORIES
Mary Slechta

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THE MANSIONS
Daniel Tobin

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DIGEST

Gregory Pardlo

Winner of the 2015 Pulitzer Prize

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Hotel Oblivion

Cynthia Cruz

Winner of the National
Book Critics Circle Award

A monthly showcase of poems in translation
Curated by Jonathan Wells
The Translator's Page
Gemma Gorga

Christopher Merrill translated into Ukrainian by Nina Murray

Gemma Gorga

Four Poems by Rainer Maria Rilke Translated from German by Daniel Tobin

Sharon Dolin

Poems by Forough Farrokhzad translated from Persian by Elizabeth Gray, Jr.

Sharon Dolin

Poems by Forough Farrokhzad translated from Persian by Elizabeth Gray, Jr.

Sharon Dolin

Ode to the Birds by Laurent Grisel

Translated from French by Dennis Nurkse and Laurent Grisel

Sharon Dolin

Four Poems from Hindi
Written and Translated
by Rajiv Mohabir

Hélène Cardona 2 (1)

7 Poems by Maram Al-Masri translated from the French by Hélène Cardona

Gemma Gorga

Four Poems by Gemma Gorga from Voyage to the Center (2020), Translated from Catalan by Sharon Dolin

Patrick Donnelly and Stephen D. Miller

Poems by Jakuzen, Translated by Patrick Donnelly and Stephen D. Miller

Julia Johanne Tolo

Poems by Paal-Helge Haugen, Translated by Julia Johanne Tolo

Combining panels with publishing professionals, interviews with featured authors, and a rapid-fire Q&A between literary pals, Coordinates is not-your-average podcast! Co-hosted by KT Herr and Hannah Matheson, this long-form quarterly series has unique segments — “Fresh Pressed,” “Fellow Traveler,” “Hot Dish,” and “From the Crossroads” — that invite you to listen all in one go or digest it in sections. Like a good book, Coordinates takes advantage of its robust runtime (usually 2 hours per episode) to build an entire world. Listeners can take their time with these episodes, pausing and returning to each over several days. This show is your one-stop shop for literary community; listen along as we demystify the publishing industry, dive deep with contemporary authors, ask writing friends our burning questions, and send listeners on their way with an actionable prompt and creative inspiration for the miles to come. Coordinates is grateful to Four Way Books for sponsorship and to the Cornelius Eady Group for the beautiful music featured in each episode. This LitNYS project is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.
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