bio: Chris Daniels

Chris Daniels is a prolific, widely published, autodidact and feral translator of global Lusophone poetry. Recent translations include ​​a black body by Lubi Prates (Nueva York Poetry Press, 2020) and The Hammer by Adelaide Ivánova (Commune Editions, 2019). He lives in Oakland, California.

bio: Jeffrey Zuckerman

Jeffrey Zuckerman is a translator of French, including books by the artists Jean-Michel Basquiat and the Dardenne brothers, the queer writers Jean Genet and Hervé Guibert, and the Mauritian novelists Ananda Devi, Shenaz Patel, and Carl de Souza. A graduate of Yale University, he has been a finalist for the TA First Translation Prize and […]

bio: Kit Schluter

Kit Schluter (Boston, 1989) is a poet-translator & bookmaker living in Mexico City. His poetry & stories have appeared in Boston Review, BOMB, Brooklyn Rail,Folder, Hyperallergic, and in the chapbooks Inclusivity Blueprint, Journals, Translations of Forgetting, Without is a Part of Origin, and the newly released collections of stories and drawings, 5 Cartoons/5 caricaturas (tr. Mariana Rodríguez, Juan Malasuerte Editores) and The Good in Having a […]

bio: Raquel Salas Rivera

Raquel Salas Rivera is the 2018-19 Poet Laureate of Philadelphia. They are the inaugural recipient of the Ambroggio Prize and the Laureate Fellowship, both from the Academy of American Poets. They have received fellowships and residencies from the Sundance Institute, the Kimmel Center for Performing Arts, the Arizona Poetry Center, and CantoMundo. From 2016-2018, they edited The Wanderer and Puerto […]

bio: Lindsay Turner

Lindsay Turner is the author of Songs & Ballads (Prelude Books, 2018) and the poetry chapbook Fortnights (forthcoming, Doublecross Press). Her translations from the French included books of poetry and philosophy by Stéphane Bouquet, Éric Baratay, Souleymane Bachir Diagne, Anne Dufourmantelle, Frédéric Neyrat, Ryoko Sekiguchi, and Richard Rechtman. She has twice received French Voices Grants […]

bio: Alexandra Joy Forman

Alexandra Forman is the author of Tall Slim & Erect: Portraits of the American Presidents and translator of Saga of Brutes by Ana Paula Maia. She lives in Rio de Janeiro.

bio: Hervé Guibert

Hervé Guibert (1955–1991) was a French writer and photographer. A critic for Le Monde, he was the author of some thirty books, most notably To the Friend Who Did Not Save My Life, which presents an intimate portrait of Michel Foucault and played a significant role in changing public attitudes in France towards AIDS.

bio: Sarah Riggs

Sarah Riggs is the author of five books of poetry in English: Waterwork (2007), Chain of Minuscule Decisions in the Form of a Feeling  (2007), 60 Textos (2010), Autobiography of Envelopes (2012), and Pomme & Granite (2015). She has translated and co-translated six books of contemporary French poetry into English, including most recently Oscarine Bosquet’s […]

bio: John Keene

JOHN KEENE is the author of Annotations, and, with artist Christopher Stackhouse, of Seismosis. His poetry, fiction, essays, reviews, and translations from Portuguese, Spanish and French have appeared widely, in periodicals and anthologies, and he has received an array of honors for his work. He is Associate Professor of English and African American and African Studies and […]

bio: Olga Broumas

Olga Broumas is a poet, translator, and professor at Brandeis University. Her books include Beginning with O, a Yale Younger poets selection; Rave: Poems 1975–1998; Perpetua; and two translations of Odysseas Elytis.

bio: Erín Moure

Erín Moure is a poet and translator. She has published over 30 books of poetry, essays, memoir, and translations from French, Spanish, Galician, and Portuguese. She lives in Montreal.

bio: Cole Swensen

Cole Swensen has published 17 volumes of poetry and a collection of critical essays, Noise That Stays Noise. A collection of hybrid poem-essays, Art in Time, from which this piece is taken, will be coming out from Nightboat Books in 2021. Most of her work is related to the visual arts and often addresses landscape and land-use […]