by Antonia Pozzi, trans. Amy Newman
Amy Newman is the author of, most recently, Howl (dancing girl press, 2019), and On This Day in Poetry History (Persea Books, 2016). Her poems and essays have appeared in journals including Poetry, The Kenyon Review, The Missouri Review, Hotel Amerika, and in anthologies including The Iowa Anthology of New American Poetries, The Rose Metal Press Field Guide To Prose Poetry, and The Hide-and-Seek Muse. Her translations of Antonia Pozzi’s poetry appeared here in Cagibi, in Issue 2 April 2018. She is a Board of Trustees Professor in the Department of English at Northern Illinois University.
Gravity // You Should Put a Donkey in Your Poem // Thirst
Shame // Sickbed Thoughts // Shipwrecks // Fallow Deer