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Mary O'Donoghue

Mary O'Donoghue was born in 1975 and grew up in County Clare, Ireland. Her first poetry collection is Tulle, published by Salmon Press; she is currently completing her second. Her writing appears...

George O'Connell

2005-6 U.S. Fulbright Professor of Creative Writing and American Literature at Peking University, George O'Connell has won numerous awards for his poetry, including Atlanta Review's...

Victoria Offredi Poletto

Victoria Offredi Poletto was born and raised in England and Italy of Italian parents and has resided in the USA for the past thirty years. She has always been involved in the...

Paul Olchváry

Paul Olchváry has translated more than ten books from Hungarian, including György Dragomán's novel The White King (Houghton Mifflin) and Károly Pap's novel...

Zuzanna Olszewska

Zuzanna Olszewska is a junior research fellow in Oriental Studies at St. John’s College, Oxford, working on the ethnography and literary and intellectual history of Iran and Afghanistan....

Dina Dara Omer Meran

Dina Dara Meran is completing her senior year at the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani. She will graduate as an international studies major and a journalism minor. She was born and raised in...

Jeremy Osner

Jeremy Osner is a computer programmer with a long-standing interest in languages and a long-standing interest in the literature of Latin America. These interests came together a few years ago...

Eugene Ostashevsky

Eugene Ostashevsky's books of poetry include Iterature and Infinite Recursor or The Bride of DJ Spinoza, both available through Ugly Duckling Press. He is also the editor and main translator...

Adrian Otoiu

Formerly a poet, Adrian Otoiu made his debut in fiction in Romania's troubled early 1990s. His novel Coaja lucrurilor sau Dans—nd cu Jupuita [The Skin of the Matter or Dancing with the...
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