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Rachel Galvin is a poet, translator, and scholar. Her books of poetry include Elevated Threat Level (Green Lantern Press), which was a finalist for the National Poetry Series and the Alice James Books Kinereth Gensler Award, and Pulleys & Locomotion (Black Lawrence Press). Her poems appear in journals like The Boston Review, Colorado Review, Fence, Gulf Coast, The Nation, The New Yorker, and Poetry. She is the translator of Raymond Queneau’s Hitting the Streets (Carcanet Press), which won the Scott Moncrieff Prize for translation, and co-translator of Decals: Complete Early Poetry of Oliverio Girondo with Harris Feinsod (Open Letter Press). Her translation of Alejandro Albarrán Polanco’s poems appeared in Best American Experimental Writing 2020. She is the author of a work of criticism, News of War: Civilian Poetry 1936–1945 (Oxford University Press), and is assistant professor at the University of Chicago. Galvin is a co-founder of Outranspo, an international creative translation collective.