Daniele Pantano

Author's Bio

Daniele Pantano is a Swiss poet, translator, critic, and editor born of Sicilian and German parentage in Langenthal (Canton of Berne). His individual poems, essays, and reviews, as well as his translations from the German by Friedrich Dürrenmatt, Georg Trakl, and Robert Walser, have appeared or are forthcoming in numerous magazines and journals worldwide. For more information, please visit www.pantano.ch.

Publications and Prizes

Fairy Tales: Dramolettes by Robert Walser
(New Directions, 2015)
, Oppressive Light: Selected Poems by Robert Walser
(Black Lawrence Press, 2012)
, Panta Rhei
(Alpha Beat Press, 2000)
, The Oldest Hands in the World
(Black Lawrence Press, 2010)
, The Possible Is Monstrous: Selected Poems by Friedrich Dürrenmatt, translated by Daniele Pantano
(Black Lawrence Press, 2010)
Poetic Voices Without Borders
(Gival Press, 2005)
, Sunscripts
(The Florida Center for Writers, 2004)
, The Book of Hopes and Dreams
(Bluechrome, 2006)
32 Poems, Baltimore Review, Cantilevers: A Journal of the Arts, Clean Sheets, Conjunctions, Erbacce, Gradiva: International Journal of Italian Poetry, Guernica, Haerter, International Poetry, Italian Americana, Jacket, Lilliput Review, Muse Apprentice Guild, Pedestal Magazine, Poems Niederngasse, Poetry Salzburg Review, Shadowtrain , Style, The Aroostook Review, The Cortland Review, The Mailer Review, Versal, Verse Daily

More Information

Listed as: 
Gives readings: 
Travels for readings: 
Identifies as: 
European American, Italian American
Prefers to work with: 
Adults, At Risk Youth, Children, Hospital patients, Mentally Ill, People with Disabilities, Prisoners, Teachers, Teenagers
Fluent in: 
English, French, German, Italian
Born in: 
Langenthal, Switzerland
Raised in: 
Langenthal, Switzerland
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Last updated: Sep 08, 2016