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Adrian Nathan West

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Adrian Nathan West

Adrian West is a writer and translator whose work has appeared in numerous publications including McSweeney’s, 3:AM, and the Review of Contemporary Fiction. His book-length translations include Josef Winkler’s When the Time Comes and Alma Venus by the Catalan poet Pere Gimferrer. He lives between Spain and the United States with the cinema critic Beatriz Leal Riesco.

Articles by Adrian Nathan West

from “Carnia Haikai”
By Elvira Riveiro Tobío
The hour of the dawnWhen the bedsheets conspireTo wage anarchy.*A glutton for you:When my mealtime is overI lick my finger . . .*Ill-mannered, ill-bred:I am ever inclined toEat with my fingers.Spit mixed…
Translated from Galician by Adrian Nathan West
from “The Graveyard of Bitter Oranges”
By Josef Winkler
In front of a tropical fruit stand in the Piazza dei Cinquecento, lit up by low-hanging bare bulbs, I stood and observed the red flesh pierced by black seeds of the melons, the yellow pineapples split…
Translated from German by Adrian Nathan West
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