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George Henson

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George Henson

George Henson is the author of 10 book-length translations, including works by Cervantes laureates Sergio Pitol and Elena Poniatowska. His translations have appeared variously in Words Without BordersAsymptoteLatin American Literature TodayWorld Literature Today, Granta, and The New England Review. He holds a PhD from the University of Texas at Dallas and is an adjunct professor of Spanish translation at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey. George is a 2021-2023 Tulsa Artist Fellow in literary translation.

Articles by George Henson

At Peace
By Claudia Salazar Jiménez
My skull rolls on the floor. Damn it.
Translated from Spanish by George Henson
Death
By Alonso Sanchez Baute
The day Gianni was killed I’d just unpacked from a trip to Cartagena, where I’d gone to tan my beautiful body because I look flawless tanned. So I called my pilot friend who works for ACES…
Translated from Spanish by George Henson
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