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George Messo

Contributor

George Messo

George Messo is a poet, translator, and editor. His books include From the Pine Observatory (2000), Entrances (2006), and Hearing Still (forthcoming, 2009). He has written two books in Turkish: Aradaki Ses (The In-between Voice, 2005) and Avrupa'nın Küçük Tanrıları (The Little Gods of Europe, 2007). His translations include İlhan Berk's Leaf about to Fall: Selected Poems (Salt, 2006) which was shortlisted for the Popescu European Translation Prize, Madrigals (Shearsman, 2008), Berk's epic poetic trilogy The Book of Things (forthcoming, Salt 2008), and the anthology İkinci Yeni: The Turkish Avant-Garde (Shearsman, 2009). He is the former editor of Near East Review.

Articles by George Messo

Water
By Birhan Keskin
I won’t talk anymore, I won’t say harsh words in the morning for a dream I embroider a flower of pearl on my bosom.I never knew, what you understood from my words, I spoke the forest’s…
Translated from Turkish by George Messo
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