Sarah Arvio, a poet and translator, has lived in New York, Rome, Paris, Caracas and Mexico City; for many years, she has translated for the United Nations in New York and Switzerland. Her books of poetry, all out from Knopf, are Visits from the Seventh (2002) Sono: cantos (2006), and the recently published night thoughts: 70 dream poems & notes from an analysis, a hybrid work that is also a memoir and an essay on dreaming and psychoanalysis. She is now working on translations of poets from Spanish, French and Italian. Several of those translations appeared in the FSG Book of 20th Century Italian Poetry (2012). She lives in Maryland by the Chesapeake Bay.
David Kinloch was born in Glasgow in 1959 and educated at Glasgow and Oxford Universities. For many years a teacher of French language and literature, he now teaches creative writing and Scottish literature in the English Studies Department of the University of Strathclyde. His publications include five books of poetry, Dustie-Fute (Vennel Press, 1992), Paris-Forfar (Polygon, 1994), Un Tour d'Ecosse (Carcanet, 2001) and In My Father's House (Carcanet, 2005), and Finger of a Frenchman (Carcanet, 2011). A recipient of the 2004 Robert Louis Stevenson Memorial Award, he has held a Scottish Arts Council Writer's Bursary.
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