Janet N. Gold, Emeritus Professor of Latin American literature and culture, University of New Hampshire, is the author of several books and essays on the literature of Central America, including Clementina Suárez, Her Life and Poetry; Volver a imaginarlas: retratos de escritoras centroamericanas; Sagatara Mío; Culture and Customs of Honduras; Silver Mountain/La montaña plateada; and Crónica de una cercanía: escritos sobre literatura hondureña. She has translated the poetry of Yolany Martínez, Lo que no cabe en las palabras/Beyond Words and her translations of numerous Central American women poets appear in the anthologies Women’s Poems of Protest and Resistance, Honduras (2009-2014) and Antología bilingüe de poesía de mujeres de Costa Rica (1980-2020). She has collaborated with Guatemalan poet Aida Toledo on a bilingual collection of their poetry, Bondades de la cibernética/The Kindness of Cybernetics; and with Honduran poet Ana María Alemán to write and translate, One Bridge, Two Voices/Un puente, dos voces. More of her poetry can be read in Local Fare, Poems from Midcoast Maine and on her blog, “Tree of Life:” https://janetngold.com/

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