Juan Arabia (born June 18, 1983 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a poet, translator, and literary critic. He is a graduate of the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires, where prepared and published a thesis on John Fante and Italian-American working class culture. He is currently the director of the press and journal Buenos Aires Poetry, which has published works by writers including John Ashbery, Dan Fante, Robert Darnton, Mark Ford, and Alan Jenkins, among others. He also collaborates with various other publications, including the journal of the University of La Rioja, Department of Modern Philologies (Spain), the La Torre del Virrey journal of Cultural Studies (Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo de Valencia), the cultural supplement of Diario Perfil (Argentina), and as Argentine correspondent of POESIA (Universidad de Carabobo, Venezuela).
His published books include John Fante: Entre la niebla y el polvo (El fin de la noche: Buenos Aires, 2011); PosData a la Generación Beat (Buenos Aires Poetry: Buenos Aires, 2014); El Enemigo de los Thirties (Buenos Aires Poetry: Buenos Aires, 2015); John Fante: Camino de los sueños diurnos (Buenos Aires Poetry: Buenos Aires, 2016); El Enemigo de los Thirties (Ril Valley: Chile, Los Leones, 2017); Il Nemico dei Thirties (Samuele Editore, 2017); and collana Scilla (Fana, Italia). His translations include Nuevos Versos y Canciones (Arthur Rimbaud, 2014); Un-gin-meando… (Dan Fante, 2015); and Lustra (Ezra Pound, 2016), among others