Saturday, July 21, 2007

from Steve Bradbury, Taiwan

The Summer 2007 issue of Full Tilt: a journal of East-Asian poetry, translation, and the arts is finally online at the following website:

In addition to eight interviews with poets, translators, artists and others working in and out of the major East Asian languages (among them veteran translators John Nathan, Hiroaki Sato, Howard Goldblatt, and Bruce Fulton), this second issue of Full Tilt includes prose poems by the overseas Chinese poet Shoo Tao, a vintage flash fiction by Korea's master of the short story Hwang Sun-wŏn, audio/video recordings from China's burgeoning culture of performance poetry, graffiti art by Taiwan's controversial Bbrother, and a choice audioclip from Michael Berry's interview of Chinese auteur director Jia Zhangke.

I hope you enjoy the issue, and would appreciate your forward this announcement to other people who may share your interest in East-Asian poetry, translation, and the arts.

If you wish to add someone to this list or remove yourself from it, please send me an email to that effect at

Best wishes,

Steve Bradbury
Full Tilt editor


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