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Mary Jane White

Mary Jane White lives with her son, Ruffin, in Waukon, Iowa, where she has practiced law for twenty-seven years. She is a recipient of two fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, one for poetry and one for translation. Her MFA is from the University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Her book Starry Sky to Starry Sky (Holy Cow! Press, 1988) includes translations of M. Tsvetaeva. Her translation of Tsvetaeva’s elegy for Rilke, “New Year’s,” is forthcoming from Adastra Press. Other new poems and translations appear in The New England Review, Epicenter, and The Iowa Review. (updated 12/2007)

AGNI has published the following translations by Mary Jane White:

Café at Rapallo by Eugenio Montale

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