HESTERGLOCK PRESS

publishing mostly the avant-garde // future-facing, co-run by Paul Hawkins & Sarer Scotthorne


CONTENTS 

︎ Home
︎ Hesterglock Press catalogue
︎ Prote(s)xt imprint catalogue
︎ Info
︎ Events
︎ Patreon
︎ Submissions
︎ Contact

︎ Paul Hawkins works mainly in poetry, visual art & performance

︎ Sarer Scotthorne is a poet, martial-artist & much more.

︎ Friends, comrades, other art, etc


We support the Poem Brut Project // support us: join our Patreon scheme // sign-up to New News


CONTACT 

Phone: +44 7826 124827

Founded: 2013


︎  hesterglock at gmail dot com


︎






Kindertotenlieder: Collected Early Essays & Letters & Confessions

Daniele Pantano

paperback £13
PDF £5
buy




"Daniele Pantano is one of the most interesting and versatile English-language poets of his generation."
––Neue Zürcher Zeitung

"Daniele Pantano is one of Europe's most exciting poets."
––Southbank Centre, London

"Daniele Pantano is one of the leading poets of central Europe. A Swiss poet by all rights, and somehow also one of its leading poets of exile."
––SJ Fowler, 3:AM Magazine
A collaboration with Erkembode was recently published at Burning House Press here.

For more information, please visit his website.

Twitter: @danielepantano




Daniele is a Swiss poet, artist, literary translator, critic, and editor. His individual poems, essays, translations, and reviews have appeared or are forthcoming in numerous magazines, journals, and anthologies worldwide. Pantano’s poetry has been translated into several languages, including Albanian, Bulgarian, German, Farsi, French, Kurdish, and Slovenian. His most recent works include Robert Walser: Comedies (Seagull Books, 2018), ORAKL (Black Lawrence Press, 2017), Robert Walser’s Fairy Tales: Dramolettes (New Directions, 2015), and Dogs in Untended Fields: Selected Poems by Daniele Pantano (Wolfbach Verlag, 2015). Pantano taught at the University of South Florida, served as the Visiting Poet-in-Residence at Florida Southern College, and directed the Creative Writing program at Edge Hill University, England, where he was Reader in Poetry and Literary Translation. He currently teaches at the University of Lincoln.