Poets @ Work announces the launch of Poets at Work Press with its 1st Annual Chapbook Prize for a manuscript written in English.



Interview with Poet Antonella Anedda
Interview with Poet Milo deAngelis
Antonella Anedda Milo-deAngelis
Antonella Anedda has published poetry, essays and translations (including authors such as Ovid, St. John Perse, Philippe Jaccottet, and Jamie McKendrick). In 2000, she was awarded the Eugenio Montale Prize for her poetry collection Notti di pace occidentale. She teaches at the University of Lugano.
Milo deAngelis lives in his native Milan, Italy and teaches in a prison. His books include Biografia sommaria (1999), Tema dell’addio (2005), and Quell’andarsene nel buio dei cortili (2010). Interview with Italian poet Milo deAngelis. Interview with Italian poet Milo deAngelis
Interview with Italian Poet Elisa Biagini
Interview with Italian Poet Valerio Magrelli
Elisa-Biagini Valerio-Magrelli
Elisa Biagini lives in Florence, Italy. She has published 6 poetry collections (some biligual) such as “L’Ospite”, (Einaudi, 2004), “Fiato. parole per musica” (2006), “Nel Bosco” (Einaudi, 2007) and her new collection, also by Einaudi, is forthcoming. Her poems have been translated into English, German, Spanish, Portoguese, French, Croatian, Japanese, Slovak, Arabic, Serbian, Chinese and Russian. Valerio Magrelli is a professor of French literature at the University of Cassino and a frequent contributor to the cultural pages of several Italian dailies. He is the author of four prize-winning poetry collections, and his poems have been translated into English, French, Spanish,and a number of other languages. He debuted as an author at age twenty-three with a collection of poems entitled Ora serrata retinae. Valerio Magrelli


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