Writers on Writing: Kit Schluter
Among Schluter’s translations from the French and Spanish are books by Amandine André (Circle of Dogs, with Jocelyn Spaar; Some Thing, with Lindsay Turner), Anne Kawala (Screwball), Jaime Saenz (The Cold), Michel Surya (Dead End), Julio Torri (Essays and Poems) and three story collections by Marcel Schwob (The Book of Monelle, The Children’s Crusade, The King in the Golden Mask), with others on the way. His poetry and stories have appeared in Boston Review, BOMB, Folder, Hyperallergic and in the chapbooks Inclusivity Blueprint, Journals, Translations of Forgetting and Without is a Part of Origin. He is recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship in translation, a Glascock Prize and a “Discovery”/Boston Review Prize.
Schluter holds a Master of Fine Arts from Brown University. He co-edits O’clock Press and organizes the monthly reading series at Aeromoto, a public arts library in Mexico City.
Writers on Writing
The Creative Writing Department opens its Writers on Writing course to the public this spring. Taught by Dodie Bellamy, the course features faculty and visiting writers reading from their works and discussing their creative process.