Monthly Archives: January 2011

Rozewicz Comes to America, I

Tadeusz Różewicz is the last of the great run of Polish poets that picked up where Polish independence left off to become fully audible in English.  Norton publishes at the end of this month an ample survey of his career, Sobbing Superpower: Selected Poems of Tadeusz Różewicz, translated by Joanna Trzeciak.  Little Star brings you […]


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Little Star goes live!

Join our bounty of Boston-area writers, including beloved contributing editor and muse Melissa Green, and visiting eminences Eugene Ostashevsky and William Wadsworth, at the Pierre Menard Gallery on Sunday, January 23, for a kick-off reading!

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Three soldiers leave camp on a mission, from “To Hell With Cronjé,” by Ingrid Winterbach

(Cape Colony, South Africa, 1902) It is a clear day, with few clouds. They have not been on horseback for a long time. The cool morning air is pleasant on Reitz’s cheeks. He is grateful for a chance to get out of camp at last, even for a day or two. The plan is to […]

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