Gian Lombardo is Senior Publisher-in-Residence at Emerson College, where he teaches in the Writing, Literature & Publishing Department, and also directs and teaches the Literary Publishing Certificate. Gian also directs Quale Press, which publishes literary works and which also supplies other publishers with editing, design, consulting, production and project management services. He is also the author of Between Islands, a collection of poems and verse translations; and six other collections of prose poetry – Standing Room, Sky Open Again, Of All the Corners to Forget, Aid & A_Bet, Who Lets Go First and Machines We Have Built. His translation of the first half of Aloysius Bertrand’s Gaspard de la nuit was published in 2000, and he has translated Eugene Savitzkaya’s Rules of Solitude, Michel Delville's Third Body and Archestratos's Gastrology. He lives in on the Connecticut shore where he's rebuilding a small orchard, spends a fair amount of time in his kayak and occasionally makes a passable wine.

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