Poems translated by Cynthia Steele

Cynthia Steele is Professor Emerita of Comparative Literature at the University of Washington, Seattle. Her translations include Inés Arredondo, Underground Rivers (Nebraska, 1996) and José Emilio Pacheco, City of Memory (City Lights, 2001, with David Lauer). They have also appeared in The Chicago ReviewTriQuarterlyThe Seattle ReviewGulf Coast, Lunch Ticket, Journal of Literary Translation, Natural Bridge, Washington Square Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, Southern Review, Exchanges, and Latin American Literary Review.

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    Manuela Colipe Benavente breathes in the sun so that she can sleep.