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Sarah Pollack

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Sarah Pollack is an associate professor of Latin American literature and translation studies at the College of Staten Island, City University of New York, and the CUNY Graduate Center. Her literary translations from Spanish to English have been published in journals such as BombGulf CoastThe Brooklyn Rail’s InTranslationReunion: The Dallas Review and International Poetry Review, and include the poetry collections Reason Enough (Host Publications), by Uruguayan poet Ida Vitale and Eloise (Unicorn Press), by Mexican writer Silvia Eugenia Castillero, the novellas Passages (Chatos Inhumanos), by Argentine writer Mariana Graciano, and An Evocation of Matthias Stimmberg (Wakefield Press), by Mexican writer Alain-Paul Mallard. She is currently translating an anthology of Ida Vitale’s poetry.

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