Emily Marie Passos Duffy

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Emily Duffy is a second-year PhD student in Translation Studies at the Catholic University of Portugal in Lisbon and NOVA University. She holds a BA in English Literature from Ursinus College (2015) and received her MFA Creative Writing and Poetics from Naropa University (2018). She has received fellowships and residencies from Boulder Creative Collective, FLAD/ Disquiet International. Her first book of poetry, Hemorrhaging Want and Water, was published by Perennial Press in 2023. She was a finalist for the Noemi Press 2020 Book Award and a finalist of the 2020 Inverted Syntax Sublingua Prize for Poetry, and her chapbook, Miradouros, was a finalist in the 2023 Driftwood Press Adrift Chapbook contest Her ongoing research examines the intersections of literary translation, presence, intimacy, paratexts, epitexts, and translator testimony.

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