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Anna Guercio Rosenwong

Contributor

Anna Guercio Rosenwong

Anna Guercio Rosenwong is a translator, poet, editor, and educator. She holds an MFA from the University of Iowa and a PhD from UC Irvine. Her book-length publications include Roció Cerón’s Diorama (winner of the 2015 Best Translated Book Award), José Eugenio Sánchez's Suite Prelude a/H1N1, and an original collection of poetry, By Way of Explanation. She is the translation editor of Drunken Boat. Her literary and scholarly work has been featured in World Literature Today, the Kenyon ReviewTranslation Studies, the St Petersburg ReviewPool, and elsewhere.

Articles by Anna Guercio Rosenwong

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By Victoria Guerrero Peirano
I must imitate my sister in order to be her mother
Translated from Spanish by Anna Guercio Rosenwong
Linguistics in the Time of Uruguayan Invasion
By Andrea Durlacher
Linguistics isn’t a resource that’ll ever carry a nation to / glory.
Translated from Spanish by Anna Guercio Rosenwong
Multilingual
Suite Prelude A/H1N1
By José Eugenio Sánchez
we're in an epidemic:we're creatures of swine flu la influenza porcina:a new status that has us panicked:completely out of proportion:the virus is a new virusno one knows how it acts:it's…
Translated from Spanish by Anna Guercio Rosenwong
Multilingual
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