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Author:
George Messo
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978-0907562900
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0907562906
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Shearsman Books (May 15, 2006)
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George Messo (born April 10, 1969) is an expatriate English poet and translator who was born in rural Lincolnshire, near the town of Barton-Upon-Humber.

George Messo (born April 10, 1969) is an expatriate English poet and translator who was born in rural Lincolnshire, near the town of Barton-Upon-Humber. He moved to Trabzon, Turkey, in 1998 and has since lived in Oman and Saudi Arabia. Messo is a Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society. Messo's poetry collections are From the Pine Observatory (2000), Entrances (2006), Hearing Still (2009) and Violades & Appledown (2012).

Entrances" is the second collection by poet and translator, George Messo. As Peter Didsbury said of this volume in manuscript: "There's a lovely spaciousness and sense of things and persons held in air. It seems to me that Messo is somehow bringing a whole region and set of cultures back into the European sphere.

Chester Hotel Nakuru. Other books include both İlhan Berk's Madrigals (2008) and poetic trilogy, The Book of Things (2009), two major anthologies İkinci Yeni: The Turkish Avant-Garde (2009) and From This Bridge: Contemporary Turkish Women Poets (2010), as well as Gonca Özmen's The Sea Within (2011) and Birhan Keskin's & Silk & Love & Flame (2013).

His books include From the Pine Observatory (2000), Entrances (2006), and Hearing Still (forthcoming, 2009). He has written two books in Turkish: Aradaki Ses (The In-between Voice, 2005) and Avrupa'nın Küçük Tanrıları (The Little Gods of Europe, 2007). His translations include İlhan Berk's Leaf about to Fall: Selected Poems (Salt, 2006) which was shortlisted for the Popescu European Translation Prize, Madrigals (Shearsman, 2008), Berk's epic poetic trilogy The Book of Things (forthcoming, Salt 2008), and the anthology İkinci Yeni:.

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"Entrances" is the second collection by poet and translator, George Messo. The poems are heavily influenced by his years living in Turkey and they open up new worlds for the Anglo-American reader: lyric meditations on the Other, not travelogues. As Peter Didsbury said of this volume in manuscript: "There's a lovely spaciousness and sense of things and persons held in air. It seems to me that Messo is somehow bringing a whole region and set of cultures back into the European sphere. Any book which so beautifully invents for us the Choruh River and eleventh-century Georgia is OK by me."