6 poemas de Jeannette L. Clariond

(Google translation of the introduction)
Jeannette L. Clariond is a poet, essayist and translator born in Chihuahua, Mexico, in 1949. Some of her most outstanding poetry books are 
Woman giving her back (Ramón López Velarde National Poetry Prize, 1992), Desierta memoria (National Prize of Poetry Efraín Huerta, 1996), Everything before the night (Gonzalo Rojas Poetry Prize, 2001). For his translation of Black Zodiac by Charles Wright he obtained the Rockefeller-Conaculta Foundation Grant (2004), for the Anthology of North American Poetry: The Wallace Stevens School, the Banff Translators Scholarship (2004), for his translations of the poet Alda Merini, the Translation Support Award from the Italian Institute of Culture (2008). For his poetic work, and for his contribution to translation and culture, he was awarded the Juan de Mairena Prize by the University of Guadalajara (2014). And in the same year, the Autonomous University of Nuevo León distinguished her with the Editorial Merit Award and published her latest collection of poems, Astillada Claridad . He has translated WS Merwin, Anne Carson (Prize for translation for her work in Decreación ) and Primo Levi, among others. In 2003 he founded the publishing house Vaso Roto Ediciones. His work has been translated into English, French, Portuguese, Romanian, Greek, Italian, Bulgarian, Arabic.

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