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Isaac Stackhouse Wheeler

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Isaac Stackhouse Wheeler is a poet and translator from New Hampshire, best known for his work with co-translator Reilly Costigan-Humes on English renderings of novels by great contemporary Ukrainian author Serhiy Zhadan, including Voroshilovgrad, published by Deep Vellum, and The Orphanage, published by Yale University Press. Wheeler’s poetry has appeared in numerous journals, including the Big Windows Review, the Peacock Journal, and Sonic Boom. He holds an MA in Russian translation from Columbia University and is currently earning another in English secondary education at CCNY. Wheeler’s first poetry collection, The Eleusinian Mysteries, is available from Aubade Publishing.

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