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André Naffis-Sahely is a poet, and a translator of poetry and fiction from French and Italian, born in Venice and raised in Abu Dhabi.
His translations include The Bottom of the Jar by Abdellatif Laâbi (Archipelago Books, 2013), The Barbary Figs by Rashid Boudjedra (Arabia Books, 2013), The Last Days of Stefan Zweig by Laurent Seksik (Pushkin Press, 2013) and Money by Émile Zola (Penguin Classics, 2014). Recent translations include The Physiology of the Employee by Honoré de Balzac (Wakefield Press, 2014), The Selected Poems of Abdellatif Laâbi (Carcanet, 2015) and Confines of the Shadow by Alessandro Spina (Darf Publishers, 2015).
He reviews fiction and poetry for The Times Literary Supplement, The Independent and Banipal. The latest publication of some of his poetry is in New Poetries VI (Carcanet, 2015).