Michaud, Jacqueline

PO Box 531, Stonington, ME 04681

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About the Artist

Jacqueline Michaud's work has appeared widely in literary journals and anthologies, including New England Review and Breadloaf Quarterly, American Letters and Commentary, Florida Review, New Laurel Review and The Breath of Lips Parted: Voices from the Robert Frost Place, among others. A member of the American Literary Translators Association, she translates the work of contemporary Francophone writers, and in 2006 completed the translation of a major collection of poems by the 20th century French poet, Jacques Prevert. Her first collection of poems and translations,The Waking Hours, was published in 2007, and her second book of poems, White Clouds, was published in 2009. Ms. Michaud, who gives public poetry readings throughout the state, divides her time between homes in Maine and Maryland.

Category: Writer/Publisher

Preferred Audiences: College, Adult

Disciplines: Poetry