Lulling in the curiosity of an evening movie, the four of us look like pieces broken off a relic, small and large fragments caught in an archaeologist’s sieve. Ribs, elbows, shoulders and knees lean freely against one another. The illusion, flickering, reflects off the screen onto the ionic architecture of our flesh. “We might have… [Read More]
Luljeta Lleshanaku, born in Elbasan, Albania, began publishing her work in 1991 after the overthrow of the Stalinist regime. Her critically acclaimed books of poetry include Yellow Marrow, for which she won the Albanian National Book Award, Fresco, and, most recently, Child of Nature.