Olivia Soule has an M.F.A. in poetry from the University of Nevada, Reno, and a B.A. in English and Italian from UCLA. She has published work in the Haight Ashbury Literary Journal, Pudding Magazine, and Q/A Poetry, and has participated in poetry readings at the Beat Museum and Bird & Beckett bookstore in San Francisco. She studied abroad in Bologna, Italy for a year during college, and has also written about Italian literature in translation.
Published work and ephemera.
“A Phone Call, and a Revelation: Sacha Naspini’s ‘Nives,’ translated by Clarissa Botsford,” in Reading in Translation
“No Stars” in Better than Starbucks
“Circleville” in Q/A Poetry
“At the Chanel Counter at Macy’s” in Loch Raven Review