Author: Maria Jose Gimenez (Translator)

María José Giménez is a Venezuelan- Canadian poet and translator working in three languages, and recipient of a 2016 Gabo Prize for Translation and fellowships from the NEA, The Banff International Literary Translation Centre, and the Katharine Bakeless Nason Endowment. Translations include Basque mountaineer Edurne Pasaban's memoir, Tilting at Mountains, the novel Red, Yellow, Green by Bolivian-born Montreal author Alejandro Saravia (Biblioasis, 2017), and two children's books.

As Though the Wound Had Heard
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As Though the Wound Had Heard

Cardboard House Press

Poetry. Latino/Latina Studies. Women's Studies. Translated from the Spanish by María José Giménez. "Words rarely fail us. Rather, it's often the other way around. A poem like Mara Pastor's Man reminds me of how much we undercut and burden them with ...

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