Amy Olen is an assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. Her research interests include Latin American literature and translation and interpreting studies. She received her PhD in Spanish and Portuguese from the University of Texas at Austin.
Katalin Orbán is a scholar and translator who writes about graphic narratives, cultural memory, and changing modes of reading. Her works have appeared in Critical Inquiry, Representations, and other journals.
Eugene Ostashevsky is a master teacher in the Liberal Studies Program at New York University. He has published two books of poetry with Ugly Duckling Presse: Iterature and The Life and Opinions of DJ Spinoza. His work as translator includes OBERIU: An Anthology of Russian Absurdism (2006), a selection of 1930s underground writings by Alexander Vvedensky, Daniil Kharms, and others in their circle.
Toti O’Brien is the Italian Accordionist with the Irish Last Name. She was born in Rome, then moved to Los Angeles, where she makes a living as a self-employed artist, performing musician, and professional dancer. Her work has most recently appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Lit Pub, The Moth, and Wilderness House.
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