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Danielle Pieratti

Portrait of translator Danielle Pieratti
Contributor

Danielle Pieratti

Danielle Pieratti’s poems and translations have appeared in The Paris ReviewBoston ReviewSixth FinchNew Poetry in Translation, and other journals. Her first book, Fugitives (2016, Lost Horse Press), was selected by Kim Addonizio for the 2016 Idaho Prize and won the 2017 Connecticut Book Award for poetry. She is the author of two chapbooks: By the Dog Star, 2005 winner of the Edda Chapbook Competition for Women (Sarasota Poetry Theatre Press), and The Post, the Cage, the Palisade, published by Dancing Girl Press in 2015. She lives in Connecticut.

Articles by Danielle Pieratti

A silhouette of a man looking at his phone
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Seventh Scene
By Maria Borio
In the third scene we talk / motionless across a screen in the ether
Translated from Italian by Danielle Pieratti
[When I was born my mother]
By Giovanna Cristina Vivinetto
I practiced the art of clairvoyance, / became a sorceress, a witch, a woman
Translated from Italian by Danielle Pieratti
Multilingual
From the Red Desert
By Maria Borio
I write to you from the red zone.
Translated from Italian by Danielle Pieratti
Multilingual
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