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Cindy Schuster

Contributor

Cindy Schuster

Cindy Schuster is a poet and translator. She is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Latin American literature at the University of California, Irvine. She is co-translator of the anthology Cubana: Contemporary Fiction by Cuban Women (Beacon Press, 1998). Her translations of fiction and poetry have appeared in various anthologies and journals, including Words Without Borders: The World Through the Eyes of Writers, New Short Fiction from Cuba, Poetry International, The American Voice, Exquisite Corpse, and Compost, and she has been awarded a Translation Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts for her translation of a collection of short stories by Argentinean writer Rodolfo Walsh.

Articles by Cindy Schuster

A Soldier’s Vigil
By Rodolfo Walsh
You’ll be coming soon, I’ll hear your bike on the gravel, pedaling slowly, the headlight out. You don’t need light, you don’t need to see us to know who we are, you know me by…
Translated from Spanish by Cindy Schuster
That Woman
By Rodolfo Walsh
This story was inspired by a bizarre episode in Argentinean history. After the overthrow of Juan Perón in 1955, the embalmed corpse of his wife, the immensely popular “Evita,” was stolen by…
Translated from Spanish by Cindy Schuster
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