Durable Goods Issue 30
This is the second issue that features a translation of work into another language. The language of Brazil is Portuguese and this issue has a special place in my heart as the very first poem I ever had published in another language was in Portuguese. It was how I met Beto Palaio and how I struck up a curious friendship that in many ways, saved my life.
This issue features the marvelous work of Annie Menebroker who is not only an amazing female writer, but a humble one as well. In the beginning I was unsure she would be willing to donate her work and I was beyond thrilled that she did. Her poem is a touching remembrance that speaks volumes in English and glides along in Portuguese.
Beto Palaio is a wonderful man and a writer who is always trying to push the boundaries of his own work. He works tirelessly at learning English and brings a special enthusiasm to the table. He loves art and beauty and words and it is my pleasure to also feature two of his poems in this issue.
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