Reviewers have called Love Songs of Carbon, Philip Gross’ eighteenth published collection, a ‘coming of age’ – a statement that rings true twice over. The solid, comfortably confident tone of the collection does denote an author who has come into his own, but the content of the poems explores a more literal, bodily ‘coming’ of […]
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Patagonia – Byd Arall/Otro Mundo/Another World

Michael Malay

PUBLISHED ON: 13/03/13


  Latin America has witnessed many odd migrations. In 1899, the steamer Sakura Maru set sail from Yokohama to Peru, carrying nearly a thousand Ja …

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