American translator from the Spanish
Jonathan Cohen is an award-winning translator of Latin American poetry and scholar of inter-American literature. He has translated Ernesto Cardenal, Enrique Lihn, Pedro Mir, and Roque Dalton, among others. His own poems and essays have appeared widely. He is the author of pioneering critical works on Pablo Neruda and Muna Lee. The compiler of William Carlos Williams's poems from the Spanish, he currently is preparing a new edition of Williams's translation of the Golden Age novella, The Dog & The Fever, by Pedro Espinosa, forthcoming from New Directions. Jonathan Cohen's website.