Modern Poetry in Translation
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Cover of issue no 3, 2017
|Frequency||Three times a year|
Modern Poetry in Translation is a literary magazine and publisher based in the United Kingdom. The magazine was started by Ted Hughes and Daniel Weissbort in 1965. It was relaunched by King's College London in 1992. The College published it until 2003. It publishes contemporary poetry from all around the world, in English.
To celebrate the magazine's 50th anniversary, a microsite was developed to present the first issue of Modern Poetry in Translation in its entirety, including high resolution scans of the original print document. The microsite was expanded to a full website at www.modernpoetryintranslation.com in 2018. The original anniversary microsite, and first issue, is available at at http://modernpoetryintranslation.com/home-50/.
In a Winter City: Focus on Hungary and Ted Hughes (2018 No 3) See more
The House of Thirst: Focus on LGBTQ+ Poetry (2018 No 2 ) See more
Profound Pyromania: Focus on Caribbean Poetry (2018 No 1) See more
War of the Beasts and the Animals: Russian and Ukrainian Poetry (2017 No 3) See more
A Blossom Shroud: Focus on the Poets of Shubbak (2017 No 2) See more
Songs of the Shattered Throat: Focus on the Languages of India (2017 No 1) See more
The Blue Vein: Focus on Korean Poetry (2016 No 3) See more
One Thousand Suns: Focus on the Languages of Africa (2016 No 2) See more
The Great Flight: Refugee Focus (2016 No 1) See more
The Tangled Route: Uruguayan Focus (2015 No 3) See more
I WISH... Children's Focus: (2015 No 2)
Scorched Glass: Iranian Focus (2015 No 1)
The Singing of the Scythe: Poetry of The First World War (2014 No 3)
The Constellation: Poetry International (2014 No 2)
Twisted Angels: Brazilian Focus (2014 No 1)
Secret Agents of Sense: Polish Focus (2013 No 3)
Between Clay and Star: Romanian Focus (2013 No 2)
Strange Tracks: Focus on Dutch Poetry (2013 No 1)
- "Modern Poetry in Translation 50th Anniversary Study Day – Cambridge". Polish Cultural Institute. Retrieved 3 April 2016.
- "Modern Poetry in Translation: Second Series". King's College London. Retrieved 3 April 2016.
- Official website
- A review of MPT in The Independent
- A review of MPT in The Guardian
- A review of MPT in the Oxonian Review
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