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  • Paperback: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Los Angeles Review of Books (October 15, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1940660017
  • ISBN-13: 978-1940660011
  • Product Dimensions: 9.4 x 7.5 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,112,879 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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MÜESSER YENİAY was born in İzmir, 1984; graduated from Ege University, with a degree in English Language and Literature. She has won several prizes in Turkey including Yunus Emre (2006), Homeros Attila İlhan (2007), Ali Riza Ertan (2009), Enver Gökçe (2013) poetry prizes.

Her first book Dibine Düşüyor Karanlık da was published in 2009 and her second book Evimi Dağlara Kurdum is a collection of translation from world poetry. Her latest book Yeniden Çizdim Göğü was published in 2011. She has translated the poems of Persian poet Behruz Kia under the name of Lalelere Requiem. She has translated Selected Poems of Gerard Augustin together with Eray Canberk, Başak Aydınalp, Metin Cengiz (2011). She has also translated Personal Anthology of Michel Cassir together with Eray Canberk and Metin Cengiz (2011). Lately, she has published Contemporary Spanish Anthology with Metin Cengiz and Jaime B. Rosa. She has also published a book on modern Turkish Avant-garde poetry The Other Consciousness: Surrealism and The Second New (2013).

Her poems have appeared in the following magazines abroad: The Voices Project, The Bakery, Sentinel Poetry, Yellow Medicine Review, Shot Glass Journal, Poesy, Shampoo, Los Angeles Review of Books, Mediterranean Poetry (USA&England); Kritya (India); Casa Della Poesia, Libere Luci (Italy); Poeticanet, Poiein (Greece); Revue Ayna, L'oiseau de feu du Garlaban (France); Al Doha (Qatar); Tema (Croatia).

Her poems have been translated into English, French, Serbian, Arabic, Hebrew, Italian, Greek, Hindi, Spanish and Romanian. She participated in the poetry festivals like Sarajevo International Poetry Festival, September 2010 (Bosnia-Herzegovina); Nisan International Poetry Festival, May 2011 (Israel); Belgrad International Poetry Festival, September 2012 (Serbia); Voix Vives International Poetry Festival (Sete), July 2013 (France); Kritya International Poetry Festival, September 2013 (India).

Müesser is the editor of the literature magazine Şiirden (of Poetry). She is currently pursuing a Phd in Turkish literature at Bilkent University, Ankara, and is also a member of PEN and the Writers Syndicate of Turkey.






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I've been looking at Los Angeles Review of Books online for a few months now and finally subscribed. They sent me some back issues with my first issue and this Fall 2013 journal was one of them. I'm as impressed with the print issue as I am with the website. It's about 150 pages of reporting, fiction, poetry, and essays. The artwork adds even more to the whole package.

In this issue:

Papyralysis by Jacob Mikanowski, an essay that refutes the idea that paper is obsolete
The Cult of Freedom by Chris Kraus
Getting Together by Laurie Piper, about her life with jazz musician Art Pepper
My Aunt Fanny by Maurice Manning
American Renaissance by Ander Monson, reporting from an Arizona Renaissance Faire
Two Questions for Rudolfo Anaya, an interview by Daniel Olivas
Coloring Outside the Lines by Maria Bustillos
The Five Stages of Art by Tom Bissell
Aliens by Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah
Father-To-Be Takes Himself for a Walk by Douglas Kearney
Artist Portfolio: Barbara T. Smith
The Night Stalker by Alex Espinosa
To The Lighthouse by Ariana Kelly
O Tree by Hoa Nguyen
Note to Self: On Claes Oldenburg by Alex Kitnick
A Man Who Has Come Through: On D. H. Lawrence by Marjorie Perloff
The Bird Nest in Gezi Park by Muesser Yeniay
Unspoiled Monster: On Truman Capote by Robert Pranzatelli
Rest in Peace: World War I and Living Memory by Eliah Bures
Death by Rigoberto Gonzales
Flatland: On Javier Marias by Ben Mauk
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