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Rebecca Posner

January 28, 2024



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Jen Zoble

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This interview was conducted with Rebecca Posner at her home in Hudson, NY onJanuary 28, 2024. Rebecca Posner is a bodyworker, yoga and movement teacher, writer, artist, and educator working with young people and adults. The seeds of this multidisciplinarity were planted during her childhood in MA, when she studied dance, theatre, and visual art. She discusses how her interest in the body took shape, how collaboration and collectivity have been integral to most of her work, and how her various creative and pedagogical practices inform one another. She also describes her years of living and working in NYC as an adult, and traces the development of her relationship with the Hudson Valley.

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Jen Zoble

Jen Zoble is amultidisciplinary artist and educator whose work encompasses literarytranslation, writing, oral history, and sound art. Recent prose translationsinclude Sweetlust by Asja Bakić (Feminist Press, 2023) and Call MeEsteban by Lejla Kalamujić (Sandorf Passage, 2021). Her translation of Marsby Asja Bakić (Feminist Press, 2019) was named one of the Best Fiction Books of2019 by Publishers Weekly. Zoble is on the faculty of Liberal Studies atNYU, where in addition to teaching she coordinates the university's newundergraduate minor in translation studies. She was the founding co-producer ofthe audio drama project Play for Voices (2016-2021).

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