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Christina Cook holds an MFA in writing with a concentration in literary translation from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and an MA in English and American literature from the University of Cincinnati. Her poems have appeared in a number of journals and her translations of poems by the contemporary Parisian poet, Marie-Claire Bancquart, have appeared in Hayden's Ferry Review, Cerise Press, Poetry Salzburg Review,and Prairie Schooner, with more forthcoming in Words without Borders. She teaches poetry at Colby-Sawyer College and is a staff writer for the University of Pennsylvania, as well as an assistant editor at Inertia Magazine.
Gerald Costanzo was educated at Harvard and Johns Hopkins, and has been a professor at Carnegie Mellon University since 1970. He founded Carnegie Mellon University Press and its Poetry Series, and has written and edited ten books of poetry.