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Art, Poetry, and Translation: A Conversation with Martin Corless-Smith

Martin Corless-Smith

On September 16 and 17, Miami University’s Creative Writing Program hosted a two-day Translation Symposium. Martin Corless-Smith, an English poet and translator, was one of the Symposium guests, alongside two other creative writers and translators, Poupeh Missaghi and Roy Kesey. Corless-Smith’s most recent book, Odious Horizons: Some Versions of Horace, was published by Miami University Press earlier this year and is a translation of Horace, a Roman poet. 

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