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Prestigious Markets for Criticism about CAS
Posted by: phillipAellis (IP Logged)
Date: 20 June, 2013 06:50PM
I was hoping we could hunker down and do some brainstorming. I'd like to hear what you consider to be the more prestigious markets for CAS studies, markets that would help get word out about his poetry in front of mainstream critics, more so than his stories. There are many venues for the study of science fiction, and the fantastic in fiction, and I feel that more of an effort needs to be made to represent CAS as the consummate poet that he is, as the poet's poet that he is, as opposed to his reputation as a writer of speculative fiction.

Re: Prestigious Markets for Criticism about CAS
Posted by: shivapashupati (IP Logged)
Date: 21 June, 2013 04:04PM
Besides CAS being connected to HPL, someone could decide to publish his translations of Charles Beaudelaire, which I had never seen in print apart from "Selected Poems" and "The Collected Poetry and Translations". I imagine a special edition of Beaudelaire translated by CAS, perhaps a bilingual edition, just may help bring him, and his poetry, to a different audience. After all, Beaudelaire is basic common knowledge in French cultures!

Just my two cents!



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