Comin’ at you multilingually, local news that stays news from everywhere:
Swiss German poet & novelist Christoph Keller remembers Les Murray;
Trenchant cartoons from Lithuanian linguist & cartoonist Miglė Anušauskaitė, & from Australian cartoonist, M.P. Fikaris, presented multilingually;
a parcel of poems from Les Murray;
feuillitons from Slovenian author Andrej Blatnik take on modern life;
pomes & stories from Oregonian writers Nastashia Minto, Ann Farley, Selena Bekakis, & Oregon Literary Arts Fellowship recipients Amy Baskin & Matthew Robinson;
poems from Lithuanian poet Rimas Uzgiris & Croatian poets Evelina Rudan and Miroslav Kirin, & Swiss German poet Clemens Umbricht;
Film essayist Aarón Rodriguez parses Villeneuve's Blade Runner 2049...
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About the Author
Nastashia Minto, Georgia-born & Little Beirut-based, is the author the acclaimed memoir, Naked, from Eldredge Books. Her writing, which explores intersectionalities of family, faith, race, sexuality, love, abuse, & identity, has appeared in SUSAN & the third Unchaste Anthol. Nastashia makes her GobQ debut w/ a poetic collab. w/ Selena Bekakis, Air.
Robinson, Matthew is author of Oregon Book Award finalist The Horse Latitudes. His stories have appeared in O-Dark-Thirty, NAILED, Gobshite Quarterly, Split Lip Magazine, & Clackamas Literary Review. An Iraq veteran, he's the recipient of an Oregon Literary Fellowship & editor for the literary journals The Gravity of the Thing & Propeller. He lives, writes & teaches in Portland, Oregon.