Medieval Women Poets in Translation

I've compiled this woefully incomplete list of medieval women's poetry in translation partly as self-promotion and partly in order to share resources. Additions are welcome. Happy #WITMonth, everyone! Classical Arabic, 4000 BCE – 1492 CE Abdullah al-Udhari, tr. & ed. Classical Poems by Arab Women. Saqui Books, 1999. Hebrew, 10th – mid-15th centuries Shirley Kaufman, … Continue reading Medieval Women Poets in Translation

An interview with Marissa Higgins in Ms.

Marissa Higgins and I interviewed each other as the fourth installment in "The Lesbian Poets of Headmistress Press," a series of conversations between Headmistress poets, on Ms. Magazine's blog. *LBT women & non-binary poets, SUBMIT your manuscripts to the Charlotte Mew Contest, awarded annually through Headmistress Press! This year's judge is Ching-In Chen.*

Renée Vivien at the Women in Translation blog

The translators and advocates at Women in Translation have posted a link to my Renée Vivien translations on their blog! Both their blog and their website are invaluable resources for women and non-binary translators as well as women and non-binary writers in translation. You can also follow them on Twitter @Read_WIT and look for their hashtags … Continue reading Renée Vivien at the Women in Translation blog

Women Translators of Sappho

Here is a list—by no means complete!—of women-authored translations from the Ancient Greek of Sappho (ca. 630 – ca. 570 B.C.E.). Louise Labé (1524-1566), Sonnet 8 (1555), an adaptation of Sappho 31 into a French sonnet Anne (Le Fèvre) Dacier (1647? – 1720), Les Poésies de Sappho de Lesbos (1681), translations into French prose Renée Vivien … Continue reading Women Translators of Sappho