Marilyn Hacker is the author of thirteen books of poems, including A Stranger’s Mirror (Norton, 2015), Names(Norton, 2010), and Desesperanto(Norton, 2003), an essay collection, Unauthorized Voices(Michigan, 2010), and thirteen collections of translations of French and Francophone poets including Emmanuel Moses, Marie Etienne, Vénus Khoury-Ghata, Habib Tengour and Rachida Madani. DiaspoRenga, a collaborative sequence written with the Palestinian-American poet Deema Shehabi, was published by Holland Park Press in 2014.
Her awards include the National Book Award, the Lenore Marshall Prize in 1995 forWinter Numbers, two Lambda Literary Awards, the 2009 PEN award for poetry in translation, the 2010 PEN Voelcker Award and the international Argana Prize for Poetry from the Beit as-Sh’ir/ House of Poetry in Morocco in 2011. She lives in Paris.(http://www.nationalbook.org)