Trafika Europe 14 - Italian Piazza

Trafika Europe 14 – the whole being a grisly tale of revenge served cold. Finally, poems by Barbara Serdakowski obliterate the literary border entirely. A long-term resident of Italy born in Poland, she weaves a multilingual spell of English, Spanish, French, Italian, and Polish language in her multilingual verses. Our Italian focus is rounded out by a couple of other works from elsewhere in Europe. Lawrence Millman channels his knowledge and affinity for Icelandic saga into this parodic tribute / send-up, “The Saga of Redhead”. Finally, Austrian author Günther Kaip shares a generous selection of Miniatures – short meditations on life. The photographs in this issue, and on the cover, all come from Italian composer and photographer Stefano Travaglini – and by the way, an excerpt from his latest piano composition, Ellipse , is also the soundtrack in our animated video of Elisa Biagini ’s poem, “When the eye grows dim” . We hope you can spend some more time in our piazza in the following pages – and enjoy!

Clayton McKee Andrew Singer


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