The OAT Issue 1
The first issue of the OAT is finally here!
Featuring new poetry from Miguel Manso — prose by Carla Bessa — a review of Archana Venkatesan's new translation of Bakhti poet Nammāḻvār's 9th century epic — excerpts from HOPIN' by Puneh Ansari — a new translation from George Perec's Alphabet Poems — & more (see our contributor list, or our instagram)
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(note: the PDF version of OAT Issue 1 will differ from physical copies by its omission of one piece, 'Letters to S', by Michèle Métail, (tr. Thea Petrou), due to the conditions offered to us for publication by the copyright holders of the original.)
1 print copy of Issue 1 of the Oxford Anthology of Translation + a high quality PDF