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David Shook studied Creative Writing at Oxford. His work as a translator has is notable. A member of American Literary Translators' Association and the National Book Critics' Circle, he edits the online broadside Molossus. He recently participated as translator and reader in a British tour by four Mexican poets.
David Shook's work featured in PN Review comprises one article.
Article in PN Review 194 (2010) An Introduction to the Indigenous Poetry of Mexico in 2010