The Translator's Diary

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  • Title: The Translator's Diary
  • Author: Jon Pineda
  • ISBN: 9781930974753
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Paperback

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The Translator's Diary

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  1. Jon Pineda s new novel Let s No One Get Hurt will be published in 2018 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux Recent published books include the poetry collection Little Anodynes, winner of the 2016 Library of Virginia Literary Award, the novel Apology, winner of the 2013 Milkweed National Fiction Prize, and the memoir Sleep in Me, a Barnes Noble Discover Great New Writers 2010 Holiday Selection and a Library Journal Best Books of 2010 selection He is also the author of the poetry collections The Translator s Diary, winner of the 2007 Green Rose Prize, and Birthmark, winner of the 2003 Crab Orchard Award Series in Poetry Open Competition A core faculty member in the MFA program at Queens University of Charlotte, he lives in Virginia with his family and teaches at the University of Mary Washington.

  2. What drew me into this collection was the very first, and very brief, poem entitled Coma What if I told you each time you whispered my name it felt like a door I could place a hand against, feel how warm it was, as if the world on the other side, yours, was the one on fire I kept thinking about that poem for a day after I first read it There are other gems in there, as well, but the quiet grace and longing of that first one was the height for me.

  3. I ve heard Jon Pineda s name for two years now and never read his books When I saw he was coming for our Lit Fest this year, I finally read one, and it was lovely His poems are beautiful, and the quiet restraint of them was easy to roll with.

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