Besides Angle of Incidence/Shades(Diálogos, 2012), his books include Daybreak and New Words, (song lyrics, 1996, 1998). More recently he has translated Léon-Paul Fargue’s Poèmes (2003), Véronique Tadjo’s first book of poetry, Red Earth, (2006), along with Nabile Farès’s Escuchando tu historia(2008) Un Passager de l’Occident(2010), L’Exil et le désarroi (2012) and Nassira Azzouz’s The Gates of The Sun(2010).His translation of Tchicaya u Tam’si’s The Belly—the first full-length translation of Tchicaya’s poetry—appears in 2014.
He has edited two anthologies of francophone literature, and translated the Spanish folksong anthology Vamos a cantar, (Capital University Press).
“The English language is better for its encounter with theses like this and with Farès’s sensibility. Not easily claimed as one thing or another, A Passenger From The Westbelongs in many aisles of a bookstore. One should not miss it.” –Janelle Adsit