NEA Literature Fellowships

2015 - Translation

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  • Rosa Alcala

    Rosa Alcalá is the author of two books of poetry, Undocumentaries (2010) and The Lust of Unsentimental Waters (2012),...

  • Douglas Basford

    Douglas Basford has received honors from the Summer Literary Seminars, National Endowment for the Humanities, and Bread Loaf and...

  • Wendy Call

    Wendy Call is a writer, editor, translator, and educator in Seattle. She has served as Writer in Residence at...

  •  Enriqueta R Carrington

    Enriqueta Carrington's poetry in Spanish and English has appeared in many journals and anthologies. Her poetry translations from the...

  • Alexander Cigale

    Alex Cigale’s own English language poems have appeared widely, in such periodicals as the Colorado Review, Green Mountains Review,...

  • Jennifer Croft

    Jennifer Croft is a writer, translator, and critic based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has published in The New...

  • Katherine Hedeen

    Katherine M. Hedeen is the National Endowment for the Humanities Distinguished Teaching Associate Professor of Spanish at Kenyon College....

  • Cynthia Hogue

    Cynthia Hogue's most recent collections of poetry are Revenance (Red Hen Press 2014) and the co-authored When the Water...

  • Jawid Mojaddedi

    Jawid Mojaddedi is Professor of Religion at Rutgers University. His area of research is early and medieval Sufism. Born in...

  • Philip Pardi

    Philip Pardi is the author of Meditations on Rising and Falling, which won the Brittingham Poetry Prize and the...

  • Sarah Ponichtera

    Sarah Ponichtera works as an archivist at the Center for Jewish History. She received an M.A. in Comparative Literature...

  • Jacquelyn Pope

    Jacquelyn Pope is a poet and translator living in Oak Park, Illinois. Her first collection of poems, Watermark, is...

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