Alex de Voogt

Alex de Voogt is an associate professor at Drew University and completed Drew’s MFA Poetry-in-Translation program in 2020. Since then he has published translations in the Massachusetts Review and Plume as well as an article on translating the Greek poet Constantine Cavafy in the Translation Review. He is co-founder of the Board Game Studies Journal and published widely on the history and archaeology of board games.


Tables We are just ordinary people, despite our greatest endeavor,     memories of us do not last for a significant time; as for the great who do nothing, it’s they who just need to be breathing,     and, as the Libyan says, …

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