Saturday, October 25, 2008
Adamah: Poeme by Céline Zins Is Released
Gival Press is pleased to announce the release of Adamah: Poeme by eminent French poet/writer Céline Zins. This USA premiere bilingual(French/English) edition includes Peter Schulman's translation.
La mer s’est retirée
laissant un sable d’où s’écoule
un azur primordial
The sea has withdrawn
leaving a grain of sand from which
a primordial azure blue
Céline Zins is the author of three volumes of poetry published by Gallimard. In addition to being a poet she is also known for being a renowned translator in France of works by Carols Fuentes, Philip Roth, Joyce Carol Oates, Oscar Lewis, Ernest Hemingway,William Faulkner, J.M. Synge and Julio Cortazar.
Dr. Peter Schulman is the author of The Sunday of Fiction: The Modern French Eccentric and Le Dernier Livre du Siecle, with Mischa Zabotin. He has co-edited three volumes: Chasing Esther: Jewish Expressions of Cultural Difference; The Marketing of Eros: Sexuality, Performance and Consumer Culture and Rhine Crossings: France and Germany in Love and War. His translated work includes: Georges Simenon's The Thirteen Culprits, Jules Verne's The Secret of Wilhelm Storitz and numerous short stories for Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine into English, Dorothy Salisbury Davis's Where the Dark Streets Go into French and a volume of poetry into English: Jacques Reda's Suburban Beauty.
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