Trinity University Press

Tomaž Šalamun

Tomaž Šalamun was widely recognized as a leading Central European poet and has been translated into many languages. He lived in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and often taught and gave readings in the United States. His many prizes include the European Prize for Poetry. His recent books translated into English are Poker, Blackboards, The Book for My Brother, Row, and Woods and Chalices.

7 Poets, 4 Days, 1 Book

The brilliantly energetic and multi-talented Christopher Merrill devised a virtually unprecedented writing experiment. Launching it with a spirit of literary camaraderie and a dash of mischief, Merrill invited six other poets to join him for four days to write poems in together around a long table in a sunlit room at the University of Iowa, in Iowa City. Crossing differences of generation and...