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CHRISTOPHER'S READINGS OF HIS OWN WORK AND AGHA SHAHID ALI

On OnePausePoetry.org, Christopher reads selected poems from his own work and that of his late friend, Agha Shahid Ali. Explore here.

TRANSLATION OF POEMS BY TAEJOON MOON

Featured in Autumn Hill's online magazine, M-Dash, Christopher's translation of selected poems by Taejoon Moon: Flatfish, A Breath, and The Ginko Behind Unmoon Temple. This was done in collaboration with Won-Chung Kim. Read it here.

PRAIRIE LIGHTS READING OF NECESSITIES AND BOAT

Christopher Merrill reads from his most recent books of poetry, Necessities and Boat. Listen to it here.

ESSAY: "THE NEW FACE OF WAR"

An essay that appeared in the May/June issue of Orion Magazine. Read it here.

TRANSLATION IN TRANSOM JOURNAL

The third issue of Transom Journal, Transom 3: Šalamun in America is dedicated to the work of the Slovenian poet Tomaz Šalamun. It also features works and interviews of those who translate him which includes Christopher. Learn more here.

INTERVIEW WITH THE ASIA SOCIETY

In an interview with the Asia Society in New York, Christopher Merrill discusses Hualing Engle and the continuing legacy of the International Writing Program. 

POETRY: "LINES IN NANJING", "IN UNISON" AND "FINAL INSTRUCTIONS"

Connotation Press has published three poems by Christopher Merrill in its monthly feature for November 2012. You can enjoy it here.

IOWA PUBLIC RADIO INTERVIEW WITH CHARITY NEBBE

Christopher Merrill and Marvin Bell talk with Charity Nebbe on Iowa Public Radio about their new book, Everything At Once. Listen to the broadcast here.

EXCERPT FROM "THE TREE OF THE DOVES: CEREMONY, EXPEDITION, WAR"

Defunct Magazine has published an essay, set in Aleppo, Syria, culled from an excerpt of Christopher Merrill's latest book, The Tree of the Doves: Ceremony, Expedition, War

RADIO INTERVIEW WITH BEN KIEFFER ON IOWA PUBLIC RADIO

Ben Kieffer interviews Christopher Merrill on the theme of terror in his newest book, The Tree of the Doves: Ceremony, Expedition, War. Listen to the full broadcast from Iowa Public Radio.