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Margaret Carson

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Margaret Carson

Margaret Carson has translated works by Sergio Chejfec, Mercedes Roffé, Virgilio Piñera, Nancy Morejón, José Tomás de Cuéllar, Teresa Ralli, Griselda Gambaro, Petrona de la Cruz Cruz, and Isabel Juárez Espinosa. Her translation of writings by the Spanish surrealist artist Remedios Varo is forthcoming from Wakefield Press. A former cochair of the PEN America Translation Committee, she teaches in the Modern Languages Department of Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY.

Articles by Margaret Carson

Eugene Richie & Rosanne Wasserman on John Ashbery’s “Collected French Translations,” Part 2
By Margaret Carson
Read Part One of the interview.Margaret Carson speaks with Eugene Richie and Rosanne Wasserman, the editors of John Ashbery’s Collected French Translations (Farrar, Straus and Giroux,…
Eugene Richie & Rosanne Wasserman on John Ashbery’s “Collected French Translations,” Part 1
By Margaret Carson
Read Part Two of the interview.When the poet Eugene Richie mentioned to me several years ago that he and his wife, the poet Rosanne Wasserman, were coediting a collection of John Ashbery’s translations…
Women in Translation’s Interview with WWB Book Review Editor M. Bartley Seigel
By Margaret Carson
Margaret Carson, who runs the vital Women in Translation Tumblr with Alta L. Price, interviewed WWB’s book review editor M. Bartley Seigel about reviewing practices. We’re very pleased to…
A Comment on “Viva Translation”
By Margaret Carson
Luis Magrinyà's essay “Viva Translation,” translated by Anne McLean and published in our current issue, prompted this response from translator Margaret Carson. We invite…
Situation: To Cast Off A Malady
By Mercedes Roffé
invite people over. invite everyone.  to a feast.  a big feast.and if the sick one doesn't want to get out of bed, that’s fine, leave him there.let there be music and dancing, and…
Translated from Spanish by Margaret Carson
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