BY PEDRO CUPERMAN
$20.00 | ISBN 0-9788231-6-8
A poetry series created in 2002, presents a new collection every spring, to be read as a dialogue among poets across cultures. The Point of Contact Gallery has become a habitual meeting place for poetry readings in all languages, integrating the participation of poets and scholars from the region and from abroad, as well as university faculty, students, and members of the Hispanic communities of Central New York.
CORRESPONDING VOICES, VOLUME 9
Edited by Pedro Cuperman & Jules Gibbs
$10 ISBN: 978-0-9826797-0-8
Corresponding Voices, Vol. 9 includes new works from Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Yusef Komunyakaa, Jane Springer, Caitlin Vance, and Santee Frazier.
Translated by Libertad Garzon
$12 ISBN: 978-0-615-99016-3
Corresponding Voices, Volume 7 includes works from five talented poets; Celia Caturelli, John Colasacco, Georgia Popoff, Oana Avasilichioaei and Coleen Kattau. “The present volume faces us with one major question regarding the meaning of poetry today: where are its new limits? Should a new definition of poetry even include such question? Or is its negation at the very root of a possible answer?” (Libertad Garzon) The poets within this volume help illuminate these questions. Their work helps to create new dialogue not only about the questions presented here, but about poetry as a whole.
EDITED BY PEDRO CUPERMAN
$10.00 | ISBN 0-9788231-9-2
Corresponding Voices, Vol. 6 integrates a series of poetic discourses that display spoken worlds in process. Words here do not inform: they perform. This is why the value of the information lies in the dynamic nature of words and the way they are linked to each other, not only in the interactions between their different meanings. Likewise, this edition wants to be a poetics of risk and of inclusion: by refusing to reduce it also refuses to attribute one sole meaning to the selected poems presented here.
EDITED BY PEDRO CUPERMAN
$10.00 | ISBN 0-9788231-1-7
Corresponding Voices, Volume 3 includes works from five talented poets; Faiz Ahmed Faiz, Ana Maria Fuster Lavin, Christopher Kennedy, Tonia Leon, Zeeshan Sahil. This is the third volume of Corresponding Voices, a collection of poems by different poets to be understood individually and in their interactions. It follows previous volumes, and together they constitute a continuous meaningful text, with relatively loosely defined borders, where translation and dialogue with other poets occupies a central role.
EDIT BY PEDRO CUPERMAN
$10.00 | ISBN 0-9722586-9-8
This is the second volume of Point of Contact Productions’ poetry series. As in Volume One, five poetic voices-Joyce Hayden, Tamara Kamenszain, Mary Karr, Anthony Seidman and Bruce Smith-are unified, perhaps harmonized, in a book we call Corresponding Voices, a gathering of independent voices that can be judged individually but also as an assembly.