Between Two Worlds: Poetry & Translation

Kapka Kassabova reading

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  • Type

    sound

  • Duration

    Unknown

  • Shelf mark

    C1340/34

  • Recording date

    2009-10-08

  • Recording locations

    The poet's home in Edinburgh

  • Speakers

    Kassabova, Kapka, 1973- (female)

  • Description

    Bulgarian poet Kapka Kassabova reads her poetry, in English: Coming to paradise.- Security.- Sleeping in the Alps.- All roads lead to the sea.- My father climbing to the stars.- Razor salesman.- My life in two parts.- Angel's lament.- Berlin-Mitte.- Refugees.- The Pacific seen from above.- The Pied Piper of Buenos Aires.- Geography for the lost.- We are the tenants.- I want to be a tourist.- Our names long and foreign.- The travel guide to the country of your birth.- Ship advancing in the fog.- Earthquake in Hong Kong.- Suicide honeymoon.- How to build your dream garden.- Middle-aged couple watch a Pacific sunset.- Postcard from paradise.- Another country.- Love in the dark country.- The quick life.- Happiness on the North Sea.

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