RACHEL GALVIN is a graduate student in Comparative Literature at Princeton University, where she studies twentieth century poetry. She has been a fellow at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and Hedgebrook. An essay on Octavio Paz appears in the current issue of World Literature Today, and her poems and translations appear in journals such as Gulf Coast, Spinning Jenny, Paintbrush, Del Sol Review, and Nimrod. She recently completed a translation of Raymond Queneau's Courir les rues and is now translating Cesar Vallejo's Poemas Humanos. Her first book of poems, Of Pulleys & Locomotion, is forthcoming from Black Lawrence Press.
Contemporary Literature & Non-Fiction
"Astonishingly original, Galvin's is one of the voices my generation will be remembered by."
— Ilya Kaminsky
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