R E B E C C A   K O S I C K


My first book of poetry, Labor Day, is available from Golias Books. You can also find my poems in a collaborative chapbook from Small Press, Maths Poems; in the Poetry Project’s magazine, The Recluse; in Fence; and elsewhere. If you are in the UK and want to buy a copy of my book, get in touch below.


I translate from Spanish and Portuguese and teach the translation of literature and art writing (among other things) at the University of Bristol. Find some of my translations at The Iowa Review, Two Lines, and Bailliwik.


My book, Material Poetics in Hemispheric America: Words and Objects 1950-2010, is forthcoming from Edinburgh University Press. I write about art and poetry in the Americas. More about my research can be found here and here.


Rebecca Kosick co-directs the Bristol Poetry Institute and founded the Indisciplinary Poetics Research Cluster at the University of Bristol. She has a PhD in Comparative Literature from Cornell University.

Rebecca is the author of Labor Day (Golias Books 2020) and Material Poetics in Hemispheric America: Words and Objects, 1950-2010 (Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming 2020) and has published numerous articles, essays, and other fragments that address, translate, or are themselves poetry.

She grew up in Michigan.



School of Modern Languages
University of Bristol
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Bristol, BS8 1TE
United Kingdom

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