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Author: Cole Swensen (Translator)

Cole Swensen is the author of thirteen volumes of poetry. She is the co-editor of the 2009 Norton anthology American Hybrid, the founding editor of La Presse Books, and a translator of contemporary French poetry, prose, and art criticism. Her awards include a Guggenheim Fellowship, a PEN USA Award for Literary Translation, the Iowa Poetry Prize, and the San Francisco State Poetry Center Book Award, among others. She teaches in Brown University's Literary Arts Program, where she is currently Department Chair.

Atlas Inutilis
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Atlas Inutilis

Black Square Editions

Poetry. Oulipo writings by Herve LeTellier, originally published as Encyclopedia inutilis in 2002, delightfully translated into English by Cole Swensen.

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Four from Japan: Contemporary Poetry & Essays by Women
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Four from Japan: Contemporary Poetry & Essays by Women

Litmus Press

Poetry. Bilingual Edition. Asian & Asian American Studies. Translated from the Japanese by Sawako Nakayasu, Ryoko Sekiguchi, and Cole Swensen. This revolutionary volume of work by Kiriu Minashita, Kyong-Mi Park, Ryoko Sekiguchi, and Takako Arairepre...

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Lazy Suzie
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Lazy Suzie

Litmus Press

Poetry. Art. Photopgraphy. Translated from the French by Cole Swensen. Finalist for the 2014 Best Translated Book Award and the 2015 National Translation Award. LAZY SUZIE furthers the project, developed in Suzanne Doppelt's previous three books, of...

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Vac Spectra
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Vac Spectra

1913 Press

Poetry. Translated by Cole Swensen. OK, so it's a house, just a normal house—with a floor plan larger than itself and several corners that you can never quite see around. A dog remains framed forever in the doorway, the broom in the corner never mov...

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