Author Archives: anthonyhowelljournal
BALLAD Less than a day from April, The wax white, compact Hyacinth is up. And petals in a sky x Trailing a fringe of drizzle, Cling to the gusty almond. Daffodil clumps are swept Like weed combed by a brook. … Continue reading
The Poetry Translation Centre invites you to attend the announcement of the winner of the Sarah Maguire Prize for Poetry in Translation.Incomprehensible Lesson by Fawzi Karim, translated by Anthony Howell is among the five books short-listed.Join the shortlisted poets, translators and publishers live on Zoom for … Continue reading
There are two new publications by Grey Suit Editions UK. Collected Complete Poems by Iliassa Sequin and The Cross of Carl by Walter Owen. Thanks to Peter Jay, Ken Sequin, Peter Gizzi, Catherine Somers and everyone who has contributed expertise … Continue reading
These three poems published by The Fortnightly Review are now accompanied by very good sound recordings. Further recordings can be found here where a link can be found to my poems on the National Poetry Archive. A favourite recording of … Continue reading
Click this link for the STANZA translation event, which is a reading open to view online on Monday eighth of March. I shall be reading at this event. My versions of Incomprehensible Lesson by Fawzi Karim (published by Carcanet) are … Continue reading
I have just discovered the poetry of Tang Dynasty Dance Suggests clouds to me. Here is another extraordinary dance – if perhaps not so authentic. The Tang dynasty: 唐朝, or Tang Empire, was an imperial dynasty of China that ruled … Continue reading
Clouds and Cranes Click the link above for this slideshow. Background Art? It can be watched in silence, or, if you prefer, choose your own music for it to accompany.
Very happy with these poems now published in The High Window Can’t resist adding a link to Woody Allen.
I know I’m a fan of one word poem titles & it’s not for everyone, but there really are…a lot…of poems with titles like “Six Years After My Husband Left Me, My Daughter Comes Home From School & Asks Me … Continue reading
Click On Freeing Up for my essay in THE FORTNIGHTLY REVIEW on four amazing poets – Julian Stannard, Fleur Adcock, Kazuko Shiraishi and Robert Creeley.