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Marina Harss

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Marina Harss is a translator and dance writer in New York City. She has written for The Nation, The Forward, The New York Sun, and The New Yorker. Her recent translations include Elizabeth Subercaseaux's Week in October, Alberto Moravia's Conjugal Love, and Pier Paolo Pasolini's Stories From the City of God. Her translation of Mariolina Venezia's Mille Anni Che Sto Qui (Been Here a Thousand Years) will be published by FSG in 2009, as will her translation of Dino Buzzati's Poema a Fumetti, forthcoming from New York Review of Books Classics. She can be reached at [email protected]

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