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Translator Brian Robert Moore on the Italian Writer Michele Mari ( Italian)
Episode 15128th May 2024 • Harshaneeyam • Harshaneeyam
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​​The guest for this Episode is Brian Robert Moore. He spoke about his stint in Italy as a publisher and Editor and his Translation of the beautiful Short story collection 'You-Bleeding Childhood' written by the great Italian Author Michele Mari.

Brian Robert Moore is a literary translator originally from New York City. His published and forthcoming translations from Italian include Meeting in Positano by Goliarda Sapienza (Other Press), A Silence Shared by Lalla Romano (Pushkin Press), and You, Bleeding Childhood and Verdigris by Michele Mari (And Other Stories). His translations of shorter works have appeared in 3:AM Magazine, Asymptote, Brick, the Nation, the Poetry Review, and elsewhere. His Translation of Michele Mari’s Story, ‘The Soccer Balls of Mr. Kurz,’ has won the O’Henry Prize for Short Story for the year 2023. He also won the 2021 PEN Grant for the English Translation of Italian Literature and was selected for a translation residency at the Casa delle Traduzioni in Rome. After receiving degrees from Brown University (BA in comparative literature and Italian studies) and Trinity College Dublin (MPhil in Irish writing), he worked for several years in Italian publishing, including as an editor of literary fiction in translation.

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