George B. Henson

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George B. Henson is a literary translator and assistant professor of Spanish translation at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey in California. His translations include works by some of Latin America’s most important literary figures, including Cervantes Prize laureates Elena Poniatowska and Sergio Pitol, as well as works by Andrés Neuman, Miguel Barnet, Juan Villoro, Leonardo Padura, Alberto Chimal, and The Betsy Hotel’s Carlos Pintado. He is the editor of Hyam Plutzik 32 Poems // 32 Poemas (Suburbano Ediciones), a bilingual collection of Plutzik’s (1911-1962) work translated into Spanish by 14 poets/translators.