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Martha Witt
Portrait of Martha Witt
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Martha Witt is the author of the novel Broken as Things Are (Henry Holt, 2004). Her short fiction, some of which has been translated into Italian, has appeared in One Story, AGNI, Boulevard Magazine, The Literary Review, Smokelong Quarterly, and elsewhere. In collaboration with Mary Ann Frese Witt, she has translated Luigi Pirandello’s Six Characters in Search of an Author (Italica Press, 2013) and Henry IV (Italica, 2016), as well as Grazia Deledda’s Ivy (Italica, 2019). Her translations of Giovanni Verga’s Rustic Chivalry and Leo Ferrero’s Angelica are forthcoming from Italica Press this year. She is professor of English and creative writing at William Paterson University. (updated 4/2020)


AGNI has published the following work:

AGNI 91 Journeys Loss Relationships
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