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Rachel Galvin

Contributor

Rachel Galvin

Rachel Galvin is an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow at the Humanities Center of Johns Hopkins University. Her poems and translations appear in journals including Colorado ReviewDrunken Boat, Gulf CoastMcSweeney’s, and the New Yorker. She is the author of the poetry collections Zoetrope, Pulleys & Locomotion, and Lost Property Unit. Most recently, Hitting the Streets, her translation of Raymond Queneau’s Courir les rues, was published by Carcanet Press.

Articles by Rachel Galvin

Seven Irrational Sonnets
By Jacques Bens
MelancholySo I’ll once more find my old horizons,cherished scent of winds and habitations.Fear not if it seems I’m quitting the place.I leave Paris just to love it better.One tends to hurry…
Translated from French by Rachel Galvin
Multilingual
Anagrammatic Sestina
By Jacques Jouet
At the end of the furrow, words staplethe page, lashing agile lines. None are spared. The choice is made: it imbricates, recapswhite porcelain, tin, polishes carets,better yet, china clay. Rhyming…
Translated from French by Rachel Galvin
Multilingual
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