Marc Vincenz

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Marc Vincenz is a poet, fiction writer, translator, editor, musician and artist. He has published over 30 books of poetry, fiction and translation. His more recent collections include The Little Book of Earthly Delights, There Might Be a Moon or a Dog, 39 Wonders and Other Management Issues, The Pearl Diver of Irunmani, and A Splash of Cave Paint. His work has been published in The Nation, Ploughshares, Raritan, Colorado Review, Washington Square Review, Fourteen Hills, Willow Springs, World Literature Today, The Notre Dame Review, The Golden Handcuffs Review, The Los Angeles Review of Books, and many other journals and periodicals. He has published 10 books of translation, and has translated from the German, French, Icelandic and Romanian. His translation of Swiss poet Klaus Merz’ selected poems (1963-2016), An Audible Blue, won the 2023 Massachusetts Book Award for Translated Literature. He is publisher and editor of MadHat Press and publisher of New American Writing, and lives on a farm in western Massachusetts where there are more spiny-nosed voles, tufted grey-buckle hares and Amoeba scintilla than humans.



Profile at Poets & Writers

3AM Magazine interview:

Authors and Translators interview:

Connotation Press interview:

Lantern Review process profile:

Video / Reading at Asheville (NC) Wordfest:

Video / Reading at River Writers, Baton Rouge, LA:

Superstition Review (4 poems):

Six poems in Evergreen Review:

“A Little Star Room,” an interview with Marc Vincenz at Axon: Creative Explorations:

“From the embalmed history to the embedded memory,” an interview with Marc Vincenz at Ragazine:

“A Demitasse of Extinction,” by Marc Vincenz in Plume:

A review of Leaning into the Infinite at The Literary Review