Belinda Cooke

Belinda Cooke is a widely published poet, translator and reviewer. This consists of seven collections, including translations from both Russian and Kazakh. Best known for her translations of Marina Tsvetaeva, she has recently written a prose memoir of her mother’s life: From the Back of Beyond to Westland Row: a Mayo Woman’s Story (The High Window Press, 2022). Her latest collection, The Days of the Shorthanded Shovelists, is due from Salmon Poetry in 2024.

Belinda Cooke's work featured in Stand Magazine comprises two contributions of poetry, one article, and three reviews, over a period of 19 years. Also available is one translation by Belinda Cooke.
Further Reading
Article in Stand 181, 6(4) - 7(1) (Double Issue) (2006) Manuscript Found in a Bottle (translated by Belinda Cooke and Richard McKane)
Translation of a Poetry Collection by Boris Poplavsky in Stand 191, 9(3) (2009) Four poems, (Trans. Belinda Cooke and Richard McKane)
Review in Stand 197, 11(1) (2012) Review
Review in Stand 201, 12(1) (2014) Review
Review in Stand 206, 13(2) (2015) Review
Poetry Collection in Stand 241, 22(1) (2024) Two Poems
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