In this month’s Oxford World’s Classics reading list, we decided to celebrate National Poetry Month by selecting some of our bilingual poetry editions. In each of the below books, the poems are laid out as parallel texts, with the original language on the left and the English translation on the right. This means that you can enjoy the works either in the original language, in translation, or even compare the two.
Bauer reflects on the origins of A Mind Apart.
I am excited welcome back the Buffalo Poets. We had so much fun with them during Poetry Month we invited them back to share their art once a month. Enjoy!
A poem by King Otho.
David Acevedo, one of the Buffalo poets, presents another one of his poems for National Poetry Month. By David Acevedo
Earlier today we introduced The Buffalo Poets who will be helping us celebrate National Poetry Month. Below are poems by two of the groups authors, James Honzik and David Acevedo.
Welcome to National Poetry Month! This month we have invited the Buffalo Poets (bio at bottom) to help us celebrate. Every Friday for the rest of the month they will share their essays, poetry and whatever else strikes them. This is their space for a month and we hope that they can infuse all of us with some of their enthusiasm. Without further ado…