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Garrett White

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Garrett White is a literary editor, agent and translator.

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Translators Ron Padgett and Garrett White on the work of the rip-roaring, fire-snorting French poet, Blaise Cendrars.

Ron Padgett and Garrett White on Blaise Cendrars

Translators Ron Padgett and Garrett White on the work of the rip-roaring, fire-snorting French poet, Blaise Cendrars.

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