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Translated by with Louise B. Popkin hosted by Yago S. Cura

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Join Yago S. Cura as he talks to Louise B. Popkin about her Translation of  Mario Benedetti's Witness



Louise B. Popkin resides in the Boston area, where she teaches Spanish at Harvard's Division of Continuing Education.  She also spends several months each year in Montevideo, Uruguay, and her translations of Latin American poetry, theater and fiction have appeared in numerous literary journals and anthologies. Among the writers whose work she has translated are Mauricio Rosencof, Mario Benedetti, Idea Vilariño, Eduardo Del Llano, Claribel Alegría, Eduardo Galeano, Leo Masliah, Mempo Giardinelli, Amanda Berenguer, Hugo Achugar, Hiber Conteris, and Teresa Porzcekanski.

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