Poetry Salzburg Review

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Poetry Salzburg Review is an English language, biannual literary magazine published by Poetry Salzburg at the University of Salzburg and edited by Wolfgang Görtschacher. It is a successor to The Poet's Voice which was edited and published in Austria by British poet Fred Beake, James Hogg and Görtschacher. Since its creation in 2001, the journal aims to present a diverse range of contemporary poetry along with premiere translations into English, interviews with prominent and emerging poets and translators, poetry book reviews and general essays on poetry. As of 2012 the editorial board consists of William Bedford, Robert Dassanowsky, Jon Mateer, Ally Acker and Caitriona O'Reilly. In addition to its translations, it is one of the very few poetry publications that features accomplished international English language poets from beyond the English language world (i.e. writers from Austria, Bosnia, Switzerland, Croatia, Greece, Pakistan, Hungary, Germany, Singapore, Finland, Poland, Serbia, Ukraine, and Italy among others). The Poetry Salzburg press imprint publishes poetry books and collections in English. As of the Summer 2004 issue, PSR features new surrealistic, abstract and fantastic realist cover art by upcoming international artists including Sarah Bernal-Rutter, Leslie Buchanan, David Brooks, Helga Gasser, Paulo Cavalcante, Daniel Y. Harris, Jeanie Tomanek, Siegfried Zademack, Roland H. Heyder, Klaus Wiemann, Otto Rapp, Michael Cheval, Martin-Georg Oscity.

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Louis Armand, Rae Armantrout, Michael Armstrong, David Banks, William Bedford, Anne Blonstein, Robert Dassanowsky, Ingrid de Kok, Raymond Federman, Paul Green, Michael Heller, Fanny Howe, Helen Ivory, Mimi Khalvati, James Kirkup, Edward Lowbury, Paula Meehan, Samuel Menashe, Paul Muldoon, Henrik Nordbrandt, Bernard O'Donoghue, Maggie O'Sullivan, Andrew Oldham, Marjorie Perloff, Simon Perchik, Pascale Petit, Jerome Rothenberg, Susanna Roxman, Nicholas Samaras, Toon Tellegen, Keith Waldrop, Rosmarie Waldrop, Liliane Wouters.

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