Author: John Burns (Translator)

John Burns (Waterville, Maine, 1977). Poet, translator, associate professor of Spanish at Rockford University. He has published several translations, books and articles. Recent work includes co-editing issue 60:03 of the journal Chicago Review (2017) with Rubén Medina on the infrarrealistas, which included a large portfolio of his translations of their work from the Spanish, and the book of essays on recent Spanish-language poetry titled Contemporary Hispanic Poets: Cultural Production in the Global, Digital Age (Cambria, 2015).

Unemployed Poems
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Unemployed Poems

Cardboard House Press

Poetry. Latinx Studies. Translated by John Burns. "The images in UNEMPLOYED POEMS turn around the vocation of the poet and the transience of this vocation, as an extension of the fleeting nature of life itself. A man mends a stitch in his jacket as ...

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