Today's poem is "By Dint of a Screen"

from Bat City Review

Monika Rinck lives and works in Berlin. Her most recent book in English is to refrain from embracing, translated by Nicholas Grindell (Burning Deck, 2011).

Nicholas Grindell grew up in the United Kingdom and has been living in Berlin since 1993. His poetry translations have appeared in Shearsman, No Man's Land, Dichten=, Chicago Review, and Washington Square. For the London stage he translated Elfriede Jelinek's Raststatte and Gesine Danckwart's Arschkarte. He is currently working on A Guide to theAnimal Sculptures of Berlin. Other poems on the web by Monika Rinck:
"Maintenant #4"
Two poems

Monika Rinck According to Wikipedia.

About Bat City Review:

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Poetry Editor: Carolina Ebeid

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October 21, 2009:   "Beat the Ranger" by Christopher DeWeese
October 18, 2009:   "The Multiple States of Matter" by Jenny Browne
October 15, 2009:   "From As Complete As a Thought Can Be" by Adam Clay
October 12, 2009:   "A Cast of a Smokestack" by Adam Atkinson
June 7, 2007:   "Fugue" by Jibade-Khalil Huffman
June 4, 2007:   "Fugue" by Thomas Kane
May 24, 2006:   "Lovetown" by Bryan Penberthy
May 18, 2006:   "Funeral, Mineral, Vegetable" by Jibade-Khalil Huffman
May 15, 2006:   "Starling" by Dorianne Laux
September 15, 2005:   "Addendum" by Andrew Osborn
September 14, 2005:   "Loosely Related Sheep"" Larissa Szporluk
September 12, 2005:   "Smatches"" Bill Knott

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