Heather McHugh is the author of more than ten books (including volumes
of poetry, translation and literary essays). In 2000 she published a
translation entitled Glottal Stop: 101 Poems by Paul Celan, which
she translated in collaboration with her husband Nikolai Popov. (In
2001 Glottal Stop won the Griffin International Poetry Prize).
Heather McHugh's translation of Euripides' Cyclops was published
by Oxford University Press in 2001. Her selected poems Hinge &
Sign: Poems 1968-1968--1993 was a National Book Award finalist;
and the second printing of her collection of essays Broken English:
Poetry and Partiality appeared in 1999. Her translation of poems
of Jean Follain was published by Princeton in 1981.
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