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James Stotts

James Stotts is a poet and translator at work on an anthology of the Russian masters (from Pushkin and Fet, through Mariengof, Vaginov, Mandelstam, Gumilev, Esenin, and Tsvetaeva, to Brodsky and Ryzhii) in formal translations and abusive studies. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts, with his wife and son, and is a bartender in Cambridge. (updated 4/2010)

AGNI has published the following translations by James Stotts:

The Giraffe by Nikolai Gumilev
“No crying, calling out, complaining . . .” by Sergei Esenin

and read more

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