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Heather Green

Partial list of publications: No Other Rome (Akron Poetry Series, 2021). Her poems have appeared in Bennington Review, Everyday Genius, the New Yorker, and elsewhere.
Awards: Hemingway Prize (for translated literature), Nazim Hikmet Poetry Prize honoree, Finalist for Beloit Book Prize, Four Way Levis Book Prize, and twice for Poetry Society of America‚Äôs Cecil Hemley Memorial Prize, Editorial Board Member: Poetry Daily
Languages: English, French


MFA in Creative Writing, Boston University
MA in Literature, University of Nebraska



Heather Green’s is the author of the poetry collection No Other Rome (Akron Poetry Series, 2021). Her poems have appeared in Bennington Review, Everyday Genius, the New Yorker, and elsewhere. She is the translator of Tristan Tzara’s Noontimes Won (Octopus Books, 2018), which received the Hemingway prize from the French Ministry of Culture, and Guide to the Heart Rail (Goodmorning Menagerie, 2017). Her translations of Tzara’s work have appeared in Asymptote, Poetry International, and several anthologies, and are forthcoming in AGNIGuernica, and Ploughshares. Her writing on translation has appeared in Hopscotch Translation and Poetry Daily. Green is an Assistant Professor in the School of Art at George Mason University and currently serves as a reviewer for the Poetry Foundation’s Harriet Books and an editorial board member for Poetry Daily.