The main topic of this issue is Coronae. Poets and artists were welcomed to submit work on such different things as crowns, coroners and, of course, also the corona virus. Thus, this issue provides a real cornucopia of corona-art and poetry.
Nevertheless, the issue also offers a great variety of topic-free poetry, short stories and pictures, whose focus is otherwise, albeit by no means less ravishing.
Moreover, the reader will be able to enjoy several essays, among which two center around famous Rilke and the Scotch poet Don Paterson, who most certainly will become famous, not least for his idiosyncratic Rilke versions. Also, as usual, several reviews on recently published bilingual poetry books are presented.
It is hoped that the reader will be aroused, inspired and infected by what he finds.