Poetry. Edited by Yoon-Ho Cho, Joan Digby, and Stanley H. Barkan. This book is a second collection of Sultan Catto's prose poems co-published by Cross-Cultural Communications and the New Feral Press. These books are signed by the author and numbered 1-95.
"Sultan Catto is a poet who also happens to be a theoretical physicist. Like the Czech poet-scientist Miroslav Holub, his poetry blends the scientific objectivity of a mathematician with the desire and emotional depth of a dervish. He is a soft-spoken raconteur who can weave stories together as seamlessly as Scheherazade. His poetry is passionate and provocative."—Bill Wolak and Maria Bennett
Sultan Catto is a bilingual Turkish-American poet who has published nine volumes of poetry. His works have been translated into twenty-eight languages and appear in many anthologies. His poems, composed in English and Turkish, have been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, and he is the recent recipient of the European Medal for Poetry and Literature (Homer Medal, 2018) also the European Medal for Sciences, Arts and Literature (EASAL) given at the French Senate in Paris (2020) and the Cross-Cultural Communications Literary Arts Medal (2020) in New York. He is a professor of Mathematical Physics and Ex-ecutive Officer of Ph.D. Program in Physics at the CUNY Graduate School, and a professor at the Rockefeller Uni-versity. He has been the host of the monthly Yale Poetry Series at the Yale Club in New York for over two decades. He has taught at Yale and Columbia Universities and is on numerous International Advisory Boards in Mathematics and Physics around the globe and is a winner of many international honors.Author City: JERSEY CITY, NJ USA