PN Review Print and Online Poetry Magazine
Most Read... Rebecca WattsThe Cult of the Noble Amateur
(PN Review 239)
Mark FordLetters And So It Goes
Letters from Young Mr Grace
(aka John Ashbery)

(PN Review 239)
Henry Kingon Toby Martinez de las Rivas
(PN Review 244)
Eavan BolandA Lyric Voice at Bay
(PN Review 121)
Vahni CapildeoOn Judging Prizes, & Reading More than Six Really Good Books
(PN Review 237)
Tim Parksin conversation with Natalia Ginzburg
(PN Review 49)
Next Issue Colm Toibin on Thom Gunn's Letters Allice Hiller and Sasha Dugdale in conversation David Herman on the life of Edward W. Said Jena Schmitt on Hope Mirrlees Brian Morton: Now the Trees
Poems Articles Interviews Reports Reviews Contributors
PNR 250 Poetry Archive Banner
PN Review New Issue

Ken Cockburn

Ken Cockburn worked for several years at the Scottish Poetry Library, going freelance in 2004. He has published two books of poems, Souvenirs and Homelands (1998) and On the flyleaf (2007). His translations include poems by Adel Karasholi, Christine Marendon, Arne Rautenberg and Thomas Rosenlöcher. In 2008, he received the Arts Foundation Fellowship for Literary Translation.

Ken Cockburn's work featured in PN Review comprises three translations.
Further Reading
Subscribers only Translation of a Poetry Collection by Thomas Brasch in PN Review 197 (2011) Two Poems (translated by Ken Cockburn)
Subscribers only Translation of a Poetry Collection by Christine Marendon in PN Review 223 (2015) ‘Capable’ and Other Poems, translated by Ken Cockburn
Subscribers only Translation of a Poetry Collection by Thomas Rosenlocher in PN Review 243 (2018) Four Poems (translated by Ken Cockburn)
Searching, please wait... animated waiting image