Rina Ferrarelli’s latest book publications are Home is a Foreign Country, a collection of original poetry, and I Saw The Muses, translations from the lyrics of Leonardo Sinisgalli. She was awarded an NEA and the Italo Calvino Prize from the Columbia University Translation Center. Her poems have recently appeared in The Amherst Review, The Chariton Review, The Cape Rock, 5 AM, Inkwell, Italian Americana, The Paterson Literary Review, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Tar River Poetry, Via, can we have our ball back?, and Pittsburgh Quarterly Online; and have been anthologized in Line Drives, The Milk of Almonds, and Larger than Life.
Rina Ferrarelli’s “Talking Long Distance” appears in Caketrain Issue 01.
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