Contributors / June 2017 (Issue 36: Writing Japan)

Jordan A. Y. Smith
ImageJordan A. Y. Smith (PhD, UCLA, Comparative Literature) is a professor of comparative literature and literary translation in Tokyo. He writes poetry between Japanese and English, and translates poetry and prose. He is Japanese Poetry Editor for Tokyo Poetry Journal, bridging the poetic worlds of the metropolis through translation and criticism. His writings have appeared in journals such as Gendai-shi Techo, U.S.-Japan Women's Journal, and The Comparatist. He has translated works by Yoshimasu Gōzō, Saihate Tahi, Fuzuki Yumi, Alberto Fuguet and many more. [Creative non-fiction]

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