- Notes on Contributors
J. P. ALLEN’s poems in English appear in Tinderbox, Up the Staircase, After the Pause, and elsewhere. A series of his bilingual micro-stories appears in the book Minificción y Nanofilología (Iberoamericana-Vervuert, 2016). He is an assistant editor of The Hopkins Review.
SARAH ARVIO’s latest book is night thoughts: 70 dream poems & notes from an analysis, a hybrid work: poetry, essay, memoir. Her earlier books of poems are Visits from the Seventh and Sono: cantos. She has won the Rome Prize and the Bogliasco and Guggenheim fellowships, among other honors. For many years a translator for the United Nations in New York and Switzerland, she has also taught poetry at Princeton.
KATHLEEN BALMA is a teacher, librarian, and translator from Southern Illinois. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Crab Orchard Review, Hotel Amerika, The Journal, Rattle, storySouth, and other magazines. Her awards include a Fulbright teaching year in Spain, a Pushcart Prize, and a fellowship from Rivendell Writers’ Colony. In 2015 she was a finalist for the Montreal International Poetry Prize, and in 2016 she was a Tennessee Williams Scholar at the Sewanee Writers’ Conference. She lives in New Orleans.
CLARE BANKS is associate editor for Smartish Pace. A 2014 recipient of a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award, her poems have appeared in Greensboro Review, Squaw Valley Review, and B O D Y, among others. She has an MFA in poetry from the University of Maryland and lives in Baltimore City.
DONALD BERGER is the author of The Long Time, a bilingual edition (Wallstein Press, Germany) and Quality Hill (Lost Roads Publishers). His poems and prose have appeared in The New Republic, Slate, TriQuarterly, Conjunctions, Fence, The Iowa Review, and other magazines. He teaches writing at Johns Hopkins University.
JOSEPHINE CHUN is a Writing Seminars major at Johns Hopkins.
CALLY CONAN-DAVIES hails from the island of Tasmania. Her poems have appeared in The Hudson Review, Subtropics, Poetry, Quadrant, The New Criterion, Virginia Quarterly Review, The Sewanee Review, Southwest Review, The Dark Horse, Harvard Review, and many online journals. She lives by the sea.
C. L. DALLAT reviews for the TLS, The Guardian, and BBC Radio 4’s Saturday Review. He won the Strokestown International Poetry Competition and is The Causley Trust’s centenary-year musician/poet-in-residence at Cornish poet [End Page 485] Charles Causley’s Cyprus-Well house. His latest collection is The Year of Not Dancing (Blackstaff). www.cahaldallat.com
DICK DAVIS is a poet and translator. He has published numerous volumes of original poetry and of verse translations from medieval Persian, most recently, Faces of Love: Hafez and the Poets of Shiraz (2012).
STEPHEN DIXON has published 17 novels and 16 story collections. “Ducks” will appear in his 17th story collection, Dear Abigail and Other Stories, to be published by Trnsfr Books/Curbside Splendor Publishing in March, 2018. In 2016, Trnsfr/Curbside published his story collection Late Stories, which contained two stories, “Remember” and “The Dream and the Photograph,” that first appeared in The Hopkins Review.
SHARON DOLIN is the author of six poetry collections, most recently Manual for Living (2016) and Whirlwind (2012), both from the University of Pittsburgh Press. Her ekphrastic collection Serious Pink (2015) has been reissued by Marsh Hawk Press. The recipient of a 2016 PEN/Heim Translation Fund grant, she directs and teaches in Writing About Art in Barcelona each June.
GEORGE GREEN’s book, Lord Byron’s Foot, won The New Criterion Poetry Prize and The Poet’s Prize. In 2014 he received an Award in Literature from The American Academy of Arts and Letters.
DEBORA GREGER is Professor Emerita, University of Florida, and Poet-in-Residence, Harn Museum of Art, Gainesville, Florida. By Herself appeared in 2012. In Darwin’s Room will be published by Penguin in 2017. Her art has appeared on the covers of books and literary journals for thirty years.
RACHEL HADAS is the author of over a dozen books of poetry, essays, and translations. Her most recent poetry collection is Questions in the Vestibule (2016), and she is completing verse translations of Euripides’s two Iphigenia plays. Hadas is Board of...