Please join us for our April 9th Zoom reading featuring Lisa Rose Bradford, Xánath Caraza and Steve Bradbury.
To attend, please register for the reading at https://tinyurl.com/rfz210409, and you will be provided with the information needed to join the reading.
Lisa Rose Bradford is a poet, translator, songwriter, and rancher. She teaches Comparative Literature at the Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Argentina. Recipient of the National Translation Award, she published her fifth bilingual collection of Juan Gelman's poetry, Today/Hoy, and is presently working on a sixth, In Foreign Rain. Her latest work as translator and editor, along with Curtis Bauer and Jesse Lee Kercheval, Voz feroz: An Anthology of Argentine and Uruguayan Women Poets will soon be published by University of New Mexico Press.
Xánath Caraza writes for La Bloga, Seattle Escribe, SLC, and Monolito. For the 2018 International Latino Book Awards, she received First Place for Lágrima roja and Sin preámbulos/Without Preamble for "Best Book of Poetry in Spanish" and "Best Book Bilingual Poetry." Syllables of Wind received the 2015 International Book Award for Poetry. She is the author of fifteen poetry collections and two short story collections. Caraza has been translated into English, Italian, Romanian, and Greek, and partially translated into Nahuatl, Portuguese, Hindi, and Turkish.
Steve Bradbury is an artist and writer who lived in Taiwan many years and translates the work of contemporary Chinese poets. His most recent book-length publication, a translation of Amang's Raised by Wolves: poems and conversations (Deep Vellum/Phoneme Media, 2020), has been nominated for the PEN Translation Award.