Zemlja Zemlja


“Poetry must detonate like a language bomb”, says Marko Pogačar, and indeed his poems, with their unpredictable twists and surprising images, ignite a firework of smaller and larger explosions. In their aftermath, many things will no longer be the same for the reader. In Pogačar’s Glossen gegen Gott a variety of very different voices have their say alongside the author’s, such as the Collector of Sundays, John Carpenter, a handbook for cattle breeding and sport, but also oranges, an anarchist lighter, and, who would have thought, a microwave.

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  • Ucenicul soarelui

    Year:  2023
    Publisher:  Max Blecher
    Country:  Romania
    Language:  Romanian
  • Glossen gegen Gott

    Year:  2022
    Publisher:  edition korrespondenzen
    Translator:  Alida Bremer
    Country:  Austria
    Language:  German