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    Hagit Grossman, a writer living in Tel Aviv, is the author of Trembling of the City (Shearsman, 2016). She has been shortlisted for the Sapir Prize, Israel’s highest literary award. Her poems in translation have appeared in the New Yorker and in Poetry International.



  • Cuban writer Charo Guerra (b. María del Rosario Guerra Ayala; Limonar, Matanzas, 1962) is author of the poetry collections Un sitio bajo el cielo (1991;, Vámonos a Icaria (1998), winner of the prestigious New Pines Prize; and Luna de los pobres (2011), awarded the José Jacinto Milanés Prize. She has also written the short-story collection Pasajes de la vida breve (2007). 


  • Mikaël Gómez Guthart (b. 1981, Paris) is a short-story writer and literary critic for La Nouvelle Revue Française and translator into French of Witold Gombrowicz, Miguel de Unamuno, Ricardo Piglia, and Alejandra Pizarnik, among others.


  • Lee Gutkind is founder and editor of Creative Nonfiction (www.creativenonfiction.org), the first and largest literary magazine in the world to publish nonfiction narrative exclusively. Gutkind is a Distinguished Writer in Residence at Arizona State University. His most recent book is You Can’t Make This Stuff Up: The Complete Guide to Writing Creative Nonfiction—From Memoir to Literary Journalism and Everything in Between.


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