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Jeremy Paden

Contributor

Jeremy Paden

Jeremy Dae Paden was born in Italy and raised in Central America and the Caribbean. He received his PhD in Spanish from Emory University. He is the author of one chapbook, Broken Tulips, put out by Accents Publishing. His poems have appeared in such places as the Atlanta Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, Cortland Review, Louisville Review, Naugatuck River Review, and Rattle, among other journals and anthologies. He is an associate professor of Spanish and Latin American literature at Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky.

Articles by Jeremy Paden

From the Translator: Displaced Subjects and Poetic Fragments
By Jeremy Paden
I was introduced to the poetry of Juan Carlos Mestre when a colleague asked me to help her render a difficult line from “Poem to the One in Far-Off Lands” into English for an essay she was…
Poem to the One in Far-Off Lands
By Juan Carlos Mestre
The one banished by povertylives heartless in far-off landsand cares for nothing as if it were hisand is sullen and tired under the heavens.The one who leaves his house defeatedand is dragged along by…
Translated from Spanish by Jeremy Paden
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