Maria Bennett is a poet, scholar, and translator of poetry. She published her first book of poetry Because You Lovewith Cross-Cultural Communications. Her translations of the poets Nancy Morejon, Ernesto Cardenal, and Cintio Vitier have appeared in Nexus, Crab Creek Review, and Esprit magazines, and she is currently completing the translation of the works of the Spanish poet Carlos Edmundo de Ory. With her husband, Bill Wolak, she recently published My Voice Seeks You: Selectied Poems of Annelisa Addolorato (Cross-Cultural Communications 2013). Ms. Bennett has also published articles and reviews in The Daily News, Utne Reader, Epicurean, and other newspapers and magazines. Her critical work The Unfractioned Idiom: Hart Crane and Modernism was published by Peter Lang Press in 1987.
“because of you” (2012), 8 ½” x 11” a Poet’s Farthing Card illustrated by John Digby. $6.00
The Circular Dream (2017) 7″ x 14″ poems by Saeid Hooshangi translateted by Maria Bennett. $15.00.