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Andrew Shields’ Memorable Holiday Poetry

21/06/2011

Andrew Shields

Although it’s not directly a response to my call for memorable holiday poetry reads, Andrew J Shields has offered this brief post on reading the Aeneid, which fits the bill quite nicely.

Andrew Shields’ poems have appeared in many journals, as well as in the chapbook Cabinet d’Amateur (Cologne: Darling Publications, 2005). His translations from the German include books by Michael Krueger, Dieter M. Graef, Ilma Rakusa, and Joachim Sartorius, as well as the correspondence of Martin Heidegger and Hannah Arendt. He lives in Basel, Switzerland, where he teaches at the University of Basel. His blog is at andrewjshields.blogspot.com.

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