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Andrew Duncan

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Andrew Duncan was born in Leeds, in 1956. Books of poetry include: Pauper Estate and The Imaginary in Geometry. He has translated poems by Thomas Kling, Lutz Seiler, and Erich Arendt, amongst others. Co-editor and chief poetry translator for New Writing in German (special issue of Chicago Review, 2002).

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