J.G. Nichols

J.G. Nichols was born in Liverpool and lives on the Wirral. His first volume of poetry, The Flighty Horse, was published by Liverpool University Press. He has translated many of the greatest classics of Italian literature, including Dante’s Divine Comedy, Boccaccio’s Decameron and Leopardi’s Canti, and has been awarded the Florio Prize and the Monselice Prize for translation. His latest collection of poetry, Now and Then, was published by Herla in 2009.

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