James Womack is a prize-winning poet, translator and small-press publisher based in Madrid. His work has been featured in the anthologies New Poetries V and Voice Recognition: 21 poets for the 21st century, in the newspaper The Guardian, and he contributes regularly to magazines such as The Wolf or PN Review. Amongst others, he has translated works by Alexander Pushkin, Anton Chejov, Boris Savinkov, Roberto Arlt and Silvina Ocampo. He is a regular contributor to the Times Literary Supplement, with articles on contemporary Russian literature. His critical writing has also appeared inAreté, Literary Review and Modern Poetry in Translation.
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