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Seth Michelson

Seth Michelson is an award-winning poet, translator, and professor of poetry at Washington and Lee University. His accolades include winning in the poetry category of the International Book Awards, an NEA fellowship, an Anna Davidson Rosenberg Award, and a Split This Rock poetry prize. His most recent books of poetry are Swimming Through Fire (Press 53, 2017) and Eyes Like Broken Windows (Press 53, 2012). His books of poetry in translation include The Ghetto (Tamara Kamenszain, Argentina), The Red Song (Melisa Machado, Uruguay), Poems from the Disaster (Zulema Moret, Argentina/Spain), roly poly (Victoria Estol, Uruguay), and Scripted in the Streams (Rati Saxena, India).

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