Andres Neuman. Photo by Simon Hurst

Video Poetry by Andrés Neuman

Watch Andrés Neuman read three of his poems in Spanish, and translator George Henson read the English translations.

Recent Eco-Cinema: A List of Ten Must-See Films

Check out films that address contemporary realities such as climate change, chemical toxicity, and socioenvironmental disparity.

The Work of Burton Watson

Discover Asian literature translator Burton Watson through background information about his life and close reading of his poetry translations.

A small bird on a branch. Photo by Noel Reynolds/Flickr.

“Birds” by Wu Ming-yi

“Birds” is one of the interrelated stories in Tianqiao shang de moshushi (Magician on the overpass), published in Taiwan in 2011.

Andres Neuman. Photo by Simon Hurst
Video Poetry by Andrés Neuman
Recent Eco-Cinema: A List of Ten Must-See Films
The Work of Burton Watson
A small bird on a branch. Photo by Noel Reynolds/Flickr.
“Birds” by Wu Ming-yi

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