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Jan 16, 2021

Michael Favala Goldman, is a translator, poet, educator and jazz clarinetist. Among his 16 translated books are The Water Farm Trilogy by Cecil Bødker, Dependency (a Penguin Classic) by Tove Ditlevsen (now part of a trilogy coming out this January in the US), New and Selected Poems by Knud Sørensen, and Something To Live Up ToSelected Poems of Benny Andersen. Goldman’s first book of original poetry, Who has time for this? came out in 2020. His second book, Small Sovereign is forthcoming in October, 2021. He lives in Massachusetts, USA, where he has been running bi-monthly poetry critique groups since 2018.