Susanna Lang’s most recent publication is a chapbook, Self-Portraits, released by Blue Lyra Press in October 2020. Her newest full-length collection of poems, Travel Notes from the River Styx, was published in 2017 by Terrapin Books. A two-time Hambidge Fellow, she has published poems and translations in such journals as Prairie Schooner, december, New Poetry in Translation, The Literary Review, American Life in Poetry and The Slowdown. Her translations of poetry by Yves Bonnefoy include Words in Stone (University of Massachusetts Press, 1976) and The Origin of Language (George Nama, 1979). Her translation of Nohad Salameh’s collection, Baalbek, is forthcoming in 2021 from L’Atelier du Grand Tétras, and she is working now with Souad Labbize on translations of new poems. You can find out more about her life and work at: