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Kit Schluter

Translator, French, Spanish
Kit Schluter is a poet and translator living in Oakland, California. Among his published translations from the French and Spanish are Jaime Saenz's The Cold (Poor Claudia), Marcel Schwob's The Book of Monelle (Wakefield Press), and Amandine Andre's Circle of Dogs (Solar Luxuriance, in collaboration with Jocelyn Spaar). Among his forthcoming translations are Anne Kawala's Screwball (Canarium Books), Marcel Schwob's The King in the Golden Mask (Wakefield), and Michel Surya's The Impasse (Solar Luxuriance). His personal writing can be found in Boston Review, BOMB, and Elective Affiities, among other publications. He co-edits O'clock Press, and curates the reading/performance series Wild Combination. Kit is the recipient of a Glascock Prize and a Boston Review/"Discovery" Prize, and holds an M.F.A. from Brown University.