Marilyn Hacker is the author of fourteen poetry collections, including Blazons (Carcanet 2019) and A Stranger’s Mirror (Norton, 2015) a book of essays, Unauthorized Voices, a collaborative book, Diaspo/Renga, written with Deema K. Shehabi (Holland Park Press, 2014) and seventeen books of translations of French and Francophone poets, most recently Samira Negrouche’s The Olive Trees’ Jazz (2020). She received the 2009 American PEN Award for poetry in translation, and the international Argana Prize for Poetry from the Beit as-Sh’ir/ House of Poetry in Morocco in 2011. She lives in Paris. Photo by Alison Harris
Renga Spring 2020
Marilyn Hacker and Karthika Naïr share a renga in the time of coronavirus...