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Jesse Lee Kercheval

Contributor

Jesse Lee Kercheval

Jesse Lee Kercheval is the author of fourteen books, including the poetry collections Dog Angel (University of Pittsburgh Press) and Torres (Editorial Yaugarú). Her translations of the Uruguayan poet Circe Maia have appeared in the New Yorker and American Poetry Review; the University of Pittsburgh Press will publish Invisible Bridge/ El puente invisible: Selected Poems of Circe Maia in 2015. She is also the editor of América invertida: An Anthology of Younger Uruguayan Poets, which is forthcoming from the University of New Mexico Press. She is the Zona Gale Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Articles by Jesse Lee Kercheval

New Voices in Uruguayan Poetry
By Jesse Lee Kercheval
With only 3.4 million people, Uruguay is the smallest Spanish-speaking country in South America, but it has always been well-populated with poets. The Uruguayan poet Leo Masliah makes this clear in his…
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