Talia Franks

Talia Franks (they/them) is a poet, writer, and translator born and raised in Massachusetts. They are an alum of the Bread Loaf Translators' Conference and of the Columbia Publishing Course, and earned a Master of Arts in Comparative Humanities from Brandeis University. Talia writes regularly on Word-for-Sense and Other Stories and they have contributed articles to both Black Girls Create and Nerdist. They've also written reviews of poetry and prose in translation for Three Percent, and their poetry has appeared in the Brandeis University publications Jaded and Ebony Axis. When not reading, writing, or translating Talia enjoys hiking, meditation, spending time with friends and family, indexing their personal library, and trying to find more time in their schedule to read. You can find Talia on Instagram and Twitter as @talia_franks and you can support Talia on Ko-fi or Patreon.

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  1. On Distraction and Inconvenient Inspiration – Word-for-Sense and Other Stories
    February 5, 2019 @ 06:58

    […] And I’m not the first person who has thought of this — not by a long shot. I was reading After Babel by George Steiner for my Ethics & Translation course, and within that text he discusses the […]

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  2. Working During Vacation: A Brief Update – Word-for-Sense and Other Stories
    February 22, 2019 @ 06:01

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  5. Working During Vacation: A Brief Update – Word-for-Sense and Other Stories
    July 17, 2020 @ 21:57

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