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Michael Palma

Michael Palma (born 1945 Bronx, New York) is an American poet and translator.

Life

He lives with his wife in Bellows Falls, Vermont.[1][2] He is on the board of the Italian Poetry Society of America.[3] He has read at the Italian Cultural Institute.[4]

Awards

Works

Poetry

  • (chapbook)
  • (chapbook)

Translations

  • Franco Buffoni (2002). The Shadow of Mount Rosa. Translator Michael Palma.

Editor

Memoir

Review

Michael Palma has furnished us with a good, sensitive English translation, adhering to the basic form of the original verses. We may conclude that Fontanella realizes he will never understand life completely, but simply wishes to depict it in a clear language. He is interested in the human. This cheerful volume of poetry is the product of an "eterno incerto sognatore."[8]

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