“oomph! – contemporary works in translation / a multilingual anthology”, vol. 2, is available

A multilingual collection of contemporary poetry and short prose with side-by-side translations into English from the Spanish, French and Italian languages. Featuring work from the following authors & translators:

Jaime Pinos (trans. by Carlos Soto Román)
Giorgia Romagnoli (trans. by Giorgia Romagnoli)
Mohammed Khaïr-eddine (trans. by Jake Syersak)
Marco Giovenale (trans. by Diana Thow)
Alessandro De Francesco (trans. by Andreas Burckhardt)
Nurit Kasztelan (trans. by Francesca Cricelli)
Florinda Fusco (trans. by Jean-luc Defromont)
Martín Armada (trans. by Shira Rubenstein)
Diego Alfaro Palma (trans. by Lucian Mattison)
Liliana Moreno Muñoz (trans. by Emily Paskevics)
Alessandra Greco (trans. by Marcella Greco)
Claudio Bertoni (trans. by Carlos Soto Román)
Maria Grazia Calandrone (trans. by Johanna Bishop)
Marina Yuszczuk (trans. by Alexis Almeida)
Giancarlo Huapaya (trans. by Ilana Luna)
Andrea Inglese (trans. by Sara Elena Rossetti)

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Contemporary Works in Translation: A Multilingual Anthology (Vol II) is our second multilingual collection of contemporary poetry and short prose with side-by-side translations into English from the Spanish, French and Italian languages. This 100 page text, along with Vol I, published in 2016, are both available for delivery to the Americas and Europe on our website. We strongly encourage you to check out these books – they are chock-full of a wide variety of authors and translators working in a multitude of languages, including German, Swedish, Arabic, Hebrew, Croatian, Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese, to name a few. 

We will be celebrating the publication of Vol II in Rome, Italy on Friday, September 21, 2018 with a live reading at Il Tiaso in the Pigneto neighborhood. Daniel and I are ecstatic to present the journal together, and welcome a few contributing authors and translators (all Italian) to read their work among the shelves of wine at this enoteca libreria. If you’re in the area, we would sincerely appreciate your attendance.

Daniel Beauregard & Alex Gregor
Founding Editors of 
OOMPH! Press