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Nancy Naomi Carlson

Contributor

Nancy Naomi Carlson

Prize-winning author of two poetry chapbooks and a full-length collection, Nancy Naomi Carlson holds a PhD in foreign-language methodology, is an associate editor for Tupelo Press, and teaches at the Bethesda Writer’s Center.  Stone Lyre: Poems of René Char was published last year by Tupelo Press. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in such journals as AGNI, Crazyhorse, Denver Quarterly, the Georgia Review, Poetry, Prairie Schooner, and the Southern Review. She is the recipient of a Maryland Arts Council grant for poetry.

Articles by Nancy Naomi Carlson

From the Translator: Nancy Naomi Carlson on Translating Suzanne Dracius’s “Women’s Fantasies”
By Nancy Naomi Carlson
Translating Suzanne Dracius’s “Women’s Fantasies,” my first translation of her work, opened a portal to an exotic Caribbean culture surviving . . . no, living in the shadow of…
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