Beverley Bie Brahic

Beverley Bie Brahic

Beverley Bie Brahic is a translator and poet whose work has appeared in Field, Literary Imagination, Notre Dame Review, The Southern Review, The TLS, and elsewhere. White Sheets (CB editions, Fitzhenry & Whiteside) was published in 2012. A Canadian, she lives in Stanford, California and Paris.

Beverley Bie Brahic’s translations include Guillaume Apollinaire:  The Little Auto (CB editions, 2012); Francis Ponge:  Unfinished Ode to Mud (CB editions), a finalist for the 2009 Popescu Prize for Poetry in Translation; Julia Kristeva: This Incredible Need to Believe (Columbia University Press), a finalist for the 2010 French American Foundation Translation Prize; Jacques Derrida’s Geneses, Genealogies, Genres, and Genius (Columbia) and several works of Hélène Cixous, including Portrait of Jacques Derrida as a Young Jewish Saint (Columbia) and Hyperdream (Polity).

Brahic has been awarded a Canada Council for the Arts Writing Grant.

 

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Beverley Bie Brahic is a translator and poet whose work has appeared in Field, Literary Imagination, Notre Dame Review, The Southern Review, The TLS, and elsewhere. White Sheets (CB editions, Fitzhenry & Whiteside) was published in 2012. A Canadian, she lives in Stanford, California and Paris.

Beverley Bie Brahic’s translations include Guillaume Apollinaire:  The Little Auto (CB editions, 2012); Francis Ponge:  Unfinished Ode to . . .

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