Me: Lost in translation

family 042I am known to get lost…in cities, woods, and even open fields. I was once lost in a library. Then, for years, I would lose my way between the pages of an infinite number of books. Then it was in book shops on both sides of the Atlantic. And, finally, when I got my sense of direction, in translation: the only place where losing myself makes any sense.
Creating parallel texts: words reflected is something I had wanted to do for a long time and I’m glad I finally got around to it.

It is the place where I feel at home with the many authors I love.

I also write, and teach.

An example of my work can also be found on Asymptote, here and  herePoetry International, here; on stanza251; on Lunch Ticket here and here; on OKMugello here; and here (“In search of expanded cinema” by Sandra Lischi .

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