Pierre Joris - Selected Publications - Celan Translations

Celan Translations

Joris has translated in full three acclaimed works of poetry by Paul Celan into English (published by Green Integer and Sun&Moon Press); a "Selections" edition of Celan; and most recently his "Meridian" speech with materials:

  • Lightduress (received the 2005 PEN Award for Poetry in Translation)(o.p.);
  • Threadsuns; (o.p.);
  • Breathturn (o.p.);
  • Paul Celan: Selections;
  • The Meridian: Final Version - Drafts - Materials (Standford University Press)

He is currently completing an annotated Complete Later Poetry of Paul Celan to be published by Farrar, Strauss & Giroux in late 2013.

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