Martha Witt

Martha Witt

  • USA

Martha Witt is the author of the novel Broken as Things Are, Holt (2004) and Picador (2005), and of short fiction that has appeared in Boulevard, One Story, The Chattahoochee Review, The Literary Review, Harpur PalateSpork, and other journals and anthologies. Other published works include translations of Luigi Pirandello’s plays: Six Characters in Search of an Author and The License (Italica Press, 2014), as well as Henry IV (Italica Press, 2016). Her translation of Grazia Deledda’s L’Edera is forthcoming with Italica Press in spring of 2019. She is currently an Associate Professor of Creative Writing at William Paterson University.


*Photo: Tom Wall

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