World Poetry Columnist, is a well-known British poet. Her collections include Spilt Milk, The Invisible Mender, The Florist’s at Midnight, and The Pomegranates of Kandahar, shortlisted for the 2007 T.S. Eliot Prize. Maguire is an accomplished translator, and the only living English-language poet with a book published in Arabic. She directs the Poetry Translation Centre in London, which she founded in 2004. Read her extended biography here.
Hindi poet Mohan Rana and his translator Bernard O’Donoghue present a bilingual reading in London to celebrate the launch of Rana’s new Poetry Translation Centre chapbook. Molossus celebrates with his short poem “A Standard Shirt.”