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Originally from Boston, Andrew Frisardi has been living in the area of Orvieto, Italy, since 1999, where he works as a writer, translator, and editor. His edition of Dante Alighieri's Vita Nova, with translation, introduction, and notes, was published by Northwestern University Press in 2012. The Young Dante and the One Love, a book of his lectures on the Vita Nova, was published by the Temenos Academy (London) in 2013; and a volume of poems, Death of a Dissembler, was published in 2014 (White Violet Press). He has published two other books of poetry in translation: Giuseppe Ungaretti: Selected Poems (Farrar, Straus and Giroux), and Air and Memory, poems and an interview from the Milanese dialect poet Franco Loi (Counterpath Press). Frisardi's translations have been widely anthologized, including in The Faber Book of 20th Century Italian Poetry in The FSG Book of Twentieth-Century Italian Poetry. His poems, articles, reviews, and translations have appeared in numerous print and online journals, including the Atlantic Monthly, Hudson Review, Kenyon Review, New Criterion, New Republic, and New Yorker. Frisardi's awards include a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2013, a Hawthornden Literary Fellowship, and the 2004 Raiziss/de Palchi Translation Award from the Academy of American Poets.

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