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Susan Smith Nash

Contributor

Susan Smith Nash

Susan Smith Nash has been involved in translation, critical analysis, and promotion of Latin American poetry and poetics for more than twenty-five years. She regularly writes on Latin American poetry for World Literature Today, and has been involved in translations and anthologies including the Anthology of Paraguayan Women Writers (Texture Press, 2001). More recently, she has focused on translating the work of individual authors. Nash earned her BS in Geology and her MA and PhD in English from the University of Oklahoma.

Articles by Susan Smith Nash

Our Father Is Tired
By Susy Delgado
a dark stillness / goes about sowing death.
Translated from Guaraní by Susan Smith Nash & Susy Delgado
Multilingual
Serpent
By Alberto Luna
I alone / plunge my roots / and outstretch my branches.
Translated from Guaraní by Susan Smith Nash & Susy Delgado
MultimediaMultilingual
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