San Francisco: Translation Center - Union of Left Writers, 1989. 63p., stapled 6.8x5.5 inch plainish wraps, untrimmed with edges mildly worn, a very good copy.
Single issue of the radical literary journal, poetry by American and international writers with appended translations, seemingly into whatever languages someone interested could muster. For example, Jess Redpond's poem written in English faces a translation of it into Italian by Bruno Gulli. Find a Roque Dalton original, Englished. A Luis Rodriguez poem on a US border death translated into Arabic.