A new collection of light verses and one-liners by K Zaw [Mandalay Thein Zaw] in years. Irish poet Joseph Woods calls it ''profound, casual, Eastern William Carlos William's prescription notes''.
A collection of Khin Zaw Myint's best-loved poems in the original Burmese and in English. The book was an instant hit amongst Khin Zaw Myint's fans. Out of print.
Co-translated by Wendy Law-Yone, the bilingual Scuttlebutt was launched at Singapore Writers Festival-2015.
Burmese poet Paing's poem in translation: Wanted: General Aung San
Please click the following link for the poem in Burmese: ကျေးဇူးတင်ပါတယ် ဆိုတဲ့အတွက် ကျေးဇူးတင်ပါတယ်
A Burmese rendition of Kaneko Mitsuharu's 'opposition' as: အတိုက္အခံ
Following link will lead you to the English version of Zeyar Lynn's
Feel free and serve yourself to ဂျော်နီကိတ် ဟောင်းလောင်း, a Burmese version of
Johnny Cake Hollow by Charles Bernstein.
Here is the link to အနာ by ခက်မာ.
သက်ဆိုင်သည့် အချက်ကို မျဉ်းတားပါ။) is the Burmese rendition of Keri Smith's word to the wise.
Please click here အချစ်စစ် for a Burmese rendition of Miłość szczęśliwa by Wislawa Szymborska (1923-2012) via English version 'true love' by Stanislaw Baranczak and Clare Cavanagh.
Burmese author Khet Mar’s personal account of a student book club in Rangoon, where she taught student union leaders who would later be imprisoned for their political views. Her account also details their January 13 release from prison under a general amnesty and a reunion with of some of the club’s members via telephone.
Click here for a Burmese version of 'Suicide' by Romanian poet Marin Sorescu.
for a Burmese rendition of 'Occidentul' by Mircea Cărtărescu, translated from the Romanian by Adam J. Sorkin and Bodgan Ștefănescu, is available here.
Samples from ''Bones will Crow: Fifteen Contemporary Burmese Poets'' by Khin Aung Aye, Maung Chaw Nwe, Eaindra and Pandora are available here.
The Dutch rendition of 'The Ways of the Beards' by Zeyar Lynn (from ko ko thett's English translation) is available here.
Click here for a PDF file of 'The Ways of the Beards' by Zeyar Lynn.