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James Nolan

James Nolan's translations of Pablo Neruda and other Spanish language poets have appeared widely in various magazines. The two collections of his own poetry are Why I Live in the Forest and What Moves is Not the Wind, both published by Wesleyan University Press. Translations include Pablo Neruda's Stones of the Sky (Copper Canyon Press) and Longing: Selected Poems of Jaime Gil de Biedma (City Lights Books), as well as contributions to the City Lights anthologies Island of My Hunger: Cuban Poetry Today and Dawn of the Senses: Selected Poems of Alberto Blanco. His latest novel Higher Ground (University of Louisiana at Lafayette Press, 2011) was awarded a William Faulkner-Wisdom Gold Medal.  The recipient of National Endowment for the Arts and Fulbright Lectureship grants, he has taught literature and writing at universities in Barcelona, Beijing, Florida, San Francisco, and most recently New Orleans. A fifth-generation native of the crescent city, he lives in the French Quarter. Photo credit: Marcel.lí Sàenz.


William Faulkner-Wisdom Gold Medal  

2009 Next-Generation Indie Book Award 

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