Saida Agostini Discusses her New Collection with Paul T Corrigan
Poet, Saida Agostini, goes in-depth with Paul T Corrigan about her new collection Let the Dead in (ASP 2022)
Saida Agostini's new collection, let the dead in, will launch on March 26th, 2022. You can pre-order your copy here. Also, catch her and others at AWP (booth 762), and see her read from her work on March 25th at the Asian Art Initiative (a short walk from AWP). You can follow Saida on Twitter here.
Paul T. Corrigan is a Visiting Assistant Professor of English & Writing at the University of Tampa and the poetry editor for The Tampa Review. He shares his own and other’s work at Teaching & Learning in Higher Ed. and Corrigan Literary Review. You can find him on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Congratulations are in order for ASP’s very own Katherine E. Young whose work as a translator continues to wow the world as much as her original poetry. The Pushkin House residency in London is as prestigious as it is competitive, with numerous applicants judged by a panel of legendary Russian translators and writers. During her residency, Katherine E. Young will be working closely alongside Russophone poet Iya Kiva in order to produce an English language translation of her poetry collection, People of the Donbas.
ASP celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with works by Japanese-American poet and writer, Linda Watanabe McFerrin. The two poems and one essay below are featured in her Legacy Collection, Navigating the Divide.
Pittsburgh Magazine includes Dave Housley’s new novel, The Other Ones, among it’s list of must have summer reads for 2022. Whether on the beach, exploring the Alleghanies, or just relaxing in the sun, The Other Ones is a page turner suitable for anyone averting themselves from clammy office life.