​​​Jamie Richards​​ translator & editor

Maurizio Salabelle, “How to Walk Through Pisa for Hours and Never See the Leaning Tower,” Firmament (forthcoming, January 2021)

Sara Davidovics, poetry excerpt from Oz, in Luigi Ballerini and Beppe Cavatorta (eds.), Those Who from Afar Look Like Flies. An Anthology of Italian Poetry from Officina to the Present, Volume II. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, forthcoming)

Marosia Castaldi, “Milan, International City,” The Brooklyn Rail (October 2020)

Gipi, excerpt from One Story, Soledad (July 2020)

Igiaba Scego, “Light.” Circle Surface Sun: From Somewhere in the Mediterranean (Vienna: Schlebrügge.Editor, 2020)

Giovanna Cristina Vivinetto, poems from Dolore minimo, Exchanges Anniversary Issue (2020)

Gabriella Kuruvilla, “That’s Life, Honey,” Massachusetts Review (April 2020)

Paolo di Paolo, “China Illustrata,” The FLR (Issue 5, 2019). Reprinted on LitHub. Reprinted in The Best Small Fictions 2020 (Sonder Press, 2020)

Ezio Sinigaglia, “Piece,” The FLR (Issue 5, 2019)

Rossella Milone, “Where Was I, Then,” The FLR (Issue 5, 2019)

Giusi Marchetta, “Arturo,” The FLR (Issue 4, 2018); featured on Literary Hub (November 16, 2018)

Carmen Pellegrino, “What Is Left,” The FLR (Issue 4, 2018)

Manuele Fior, “Class Trip,” The Arkansas International (Spring 2018)

Ana Galvañ, “Press Enter to Continue,” Now #5 (Fantagraphics, 2018)

Roberta Scomparsa, “Jellyfish,” Now #3 (Fantagraphics, 2018)

Davide Reviati, “Spit Three Times” (excerpt), Words Without Borders (February 2018)

Gianluca Costantini and Elettra Stamboulis, “An Endless Green Line,” Words Without Borders (February 2017)

Marosia Castaldi, The Hunger of Women (excerpt), Best European Fiction (Dalkey Archive Press, 2017)

Giovanni Orelli, “Death by Laughter,” Best European Fiction (Dalkey Archive Press, 2017)

Gabriella Kuruvilla, “Barbie,” Words Without Borders (September 2016). 

Fausto Curi, “On the New Poetry,” Luigi Ballerini and Beppe Cavatorta (eds.), Those Who from Afar Look Like Flies. An Anthology of Italian Poetry from Officina to the Present (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2017)


Paolo Bacilieri, Fun (excerpt), Words without Borders (February 2015)

Irina Marchesini, “Mise en abîme and self-translation: Vladimir Nabokov through the mirror of his words,” Nabokov Online Journal (Vol. VIII, 2014)

Viktor Shklovsky and Serena Vitale, “Polivanov’s Dream” (an excerpt from Witness to an Era), Harper’s (January 2013)

Giacomo Leopardi, “Saying to Myself: A Beckettian Translation of Giacomo Leopardi’s ‘A se stesso,’ Unsplendid3.3 (2012)


Giuliano Boraso, “Against the Monotony of the Negative: A Conversation with Giovanni Orelli,” ContextNo. 23 (November 2011)

Ermanno Cavazzoni, “The Albanians,” “Memoirs of a Concentration Camp Survivor,” and “Star-Crossed Suicides,” from Vite brevi di idioti[Brief Lives of Idiots], World Literature Today (July 2011)

Igort, Ukrainian Notebooks (excerpt), Words without Borders (February 2011)

Marco Arnaudo and Paolo di Tonno, Baudelaire, the Metaphysical Ostrich (selected comics), Words Without Borders (March 2010)

Raffaele Cavalluzzi, “From Literature to Film: Typologies of Transfer.” Watching Pages, Reading Pictures: Cinema and Modern Literature in Italy. Ed. Daniela de Pau (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008)

Angelo Cannavacciuolo, “White Christmas,” Words Without Borders (December 2008)

Giancarlo Pastore, “Regina” (excerpt), Washington Square (Winter 2008)

Giancarlo Pastore, “Jellyfish” (excerpt), Absinthe: New European Writing (2006)

Benedetta Centovalli and Dacia Maraini, “The Silence of the Outcasts: An Interview with Dacia Maraini,” Words Without Borders (July 2005)

Laura Pariani, “The Color Black Has a Huge Mouth,” Words Without Borders (July 2005)


Giancarlo Pastore, “Jellyfish” (excerpts), eXchanges (Spring 2005). Reprinted in The Daily Palette (2006)

Giancarlo Pastore, “Jellyfish” (excerpt), Two Lines: Bodies (2005)