Poemas-Vida: Antologia de Jacob Pinheiro Goldberg
Rio de Janeiro: 7Letras, 2008.
Introductory study of a contemporary author followed by an anthology of his poems written from 1968 to 2005. The son of Jewish parents who emigrated from Poland to Brazil in the 1920s, Goldberg’s poems and prose poems present a reflection on death and a memory of his parents and their past, offering a rare perspective on Brazilian contemporary poetry.
With Jamille Pinheiro Dias and Tom Winterbottom. Transpoetic Exchange: Haroldo de Campos, Octavio Paz, and other Multiversal Dialogues [under review]
Edition contains essays by Benedito Nunes, Enrico Mario Santí, João Adolfo Hansen, Marjorie Perloff, Marília Librandi-Rocha, Antonio Cicero, Luiz Costa Lima, Roland Greene, William Viestenz, Kenneth David Jackson, Odile Cisneros, and Charles Perrone. Contain poems by Jerome Rothenberg, Antonio Cicero, Keijiro Suga, André Vallias, and Charles Bernstein.