I hate and love. Explain that star-crossed pair. I cannot. That’s my little cross to bear. Odi et amo. Quare id faciam, fortasse requiris? nescio, sed fieri sentio et excrucior. Return to table of contents for Issue 3 Fall 2010
GAIUS VALERIUS CATULLUS was a Latin poet of the Republican period.
Who gets this little, witty book just sanded smooth with pumice stone? You, Cornelius, since you put a premium on nonsense— like way back when you tried to cram, bold man, all time into three volumes: a tricky and exhausting art. So take this little jest, it’s yours; and pray the Muse will help this […]
Issue 3 Fall 2010 JOY AL-SOFI currently teaches English in Hong Kong. She has worked in the high-tech industry and before that practiced law in both Oregon and Texas. Her work includes poetry, fiction and non-fiction and she has been published in the USA and Hong Kong. She has done theater reviews for community radio […]
FEATURED ARTIST Robert MacCready UNTITLED STATEMENT BY THE ARTIST notes on life and work TRANSLATIONS epigrams by Catullus, translated from the Latin by David Macey 1 : : 85 fiction by Ólafur Gunnarsson, translated from the Icelandic by Ólafur Gunnarsson and Steven Meyers THE THAW poetry by Jan Kochanowski and Adam Mickiewicz, translated from […]