Brett Alan Sanders
Brett Alan Sanders is a writer, translator, and teacher living in Tell City, Indiana. He was born in Indiana in 1958 and spent a couple of years in Argentina at the end of the 70s. His own short prose has appeared previously in print and online in such places as New Work Review, The Kings English, Spectacle, Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, River Walk Journal, and The Journal of Graduate Liberal Studies. His novella A BRIDE CALLED FREEDOM was published in 2003 in a bilingual edition (English text with Spanish translation by Sebastián R. Bekes) from Ediciones Nuevo Espacio, an online publisher of print-on-demand literature and academic studies in Spanish, English, and bilingual editions (www.editorial-ene.com; also available from www.barnesandnoble.com and www.amazon.com). Sanders has completely translated Esperan la mañana verde (Awaiting the Green Morning), is nearing completion of La pasión de los nómades (The Passion of Nomads), and has translated two of Lojos short stories. Aside from the poems appearing here, another appears in Rhino (2005), and more are forthcoming there and in The Drunken Boat and Hunger Mountain as well. A short excerpt from The Passion of Nomads appears in New Works Review (January-March 2005). His translation of a story by Sebastián Bekes is scheduled to appear in the April-June edition of that same journal. Sanders may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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