is a poet, a translator, and an editor.
Anna Moschovakis is a writer and translator with an interest inthe edges where languages, forms, and subjectivities meet. Her books of poetryinclude the James Laughlin award-winning Youand Three Others Are Approaching a Lake, and They and We Will Get Into Trouble for This. Her first novel, Eleanor,or, The Rejection of the Progress of Love, came out last year. Mytranslations from French include Albert Cossery’s The Jokers, Annie Ernaux’s ThePossession, and Bresson on Bresson,and experimental translations of and with the Algerian poet Samira Negrouche. Arecipient of grants and fellowships from New York Foundation for the Arts, ThePoetry Fund, the Howard Foundation, and apexart, Moschovakis has taught in thegraduate writing programs at Bard, Pratt, and Columbia. She is also a longtimemember of the publishing collective Ugly Duckling Presse and a co-founder ofBushel, an art and community space in Delhi, NY.
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