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Regina Anavy



   

 

Regina Anavy was born in Minneapolis and received an A.B. in French Literature from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1965. She worked with the Congress of Racial Equality on voter registration, was involved in the women’s movement in Washington, D.C., and traveled to Cuba with the Fourth Venceremos Brigade in 1971.

Anavy is the author and editor of Larry’s Letters, a story about a Jewish family in North Dakota (Hummingbird Press 2005). Her articles have been published in magazines, anthologies, and newspapers.

As part of a worldwide community of translators for the HemosOido website, Anavy has translated works by Amir Valle, Pablo Pacheco, Iván García, Laritza Diversent, and Ángel Santiesteban. Her translation of “The Joke of the ‘New Man’” appeared on The Huffington Post website (2010).

Her essay, Counter-Revolutionary, was published in Vol. 7, Issue 2 (2012) of the Cuban Affairs Quarterly Electronic Journal. Anavy has worked as a reporter for The Potrero View. She presently volunteers as an adjudicator on a restorative justice project for the San Francisco District Attorney’s office. She lives in San Francisco with her husband.

Titles by Regina Anavy:

Out of Cuba
Memoir of a Journey
Language: English
Published: Aug 22, 2013

 
 
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