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Julia Guez

Julia Guez’s essays, interviews, poems and translations have appeared in POETRY, CircumferencePEN Poetry Series, BOMBlog, The Boston Review, The Guardian, Apogee and DIAGRAM.  She has been awarded a Fulbright Fellowship, the "Discovery"/ Boston Review Poetry Prize and the John Frederick Nims Memorial Prize in Translation. Guez lives in Brooklyn and on-line @G_U_E_Z ; she is the managing director of Brooklyn-based programming at Teach For America-New York and teaches creative writing at Rutgers.


Julia Guez

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