These early poems by Nobel Prize-winning poet Harry Martinson (1904-1978), translated by Oregon writer and poet Lars Nordström, have never been published in English before. The book is available from Wordcraft of Oregon.
Author, editor and translator Lars Nordström has compiled Swedish Oregon, an overview of Swedish immigration to the state which includes first-person accounts, articles and poetry. For anyone interested in the Pacific Northwest or in Swedish immigration history. The book can be ordered directly from the publisher, Swedish Roots in Oregon.
This “fiercely intelligent” anthology, edited by Kevin Prufer and Wayne Miller, collects the work of 290 poets from all over Europe whose work was first published after 1968. The book’s 24 regional editors include Rika Lesser (Sweden and Finland) and Roger Greenwald, who was responsible for Norway, Denmark, and (with Lesser) Sápmi (formerly known to English-speakers as Lappland).