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Eloisa Amezcua

ELOISA AMEZCUA is an Arizona native. She recently finished her MFA at Emerson College and works in Cambridge, MA. She’s received scholarships from the New York State Summer Writers Institute, the Bread Loaf Translators’ Conference, and the Vermont College of Fine Arts Post-Graduate Workshop. Her poetry and translations are published or forthcoming from BOAAT, The Boiler Journal, Salamander, and others. You can find her at www.eloisaamezcua.com.

Who Is the You

I have a lump in my throat I have a frog in my throat I am at my own throat let me clear my throat let me jump down my throat to see what’s inside…

In Conversation

TRANSLATING THE UNSPOKEN
PABLO MEDINA with Eloisa Amezcua

I met Pablo Medina during my first semester as an MFA candidate at Emerson College back in 2012. I’d scheduled a meeting with him despite not being in any of his classes—I was looking for some guidance.

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JUL-AUG 2020

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