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Rachel Galvin

Rachel Galvin teaches at Princeton University. Her poems and translations appear in The New Yorker, McSweeney', and Colorado Review, among others. A poetry collection, Pulleys & Locomotion, was published in 2009.

Rachel Galvin's work featured in PN Review comprises one translation.
Further Reading
Subscribers only Translation of a Poetry Collection by Raymond Queneau in PN Review 202 (2011) from Hitting the Streets (translated by Rachel Galvin)
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