Srikanth Reddy is the author of two books of poetry, Facts for Visitors (2004) and Voyager (2011), both published by the University of California Press, and a book-length work titled Conversities written in collaboration with Dan Beachy-Quick (1913 Press 2012). He has also written a critical study, Changing Subjects: Digressions in Modern American Poetry (Oxford University Press 2012). A graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and Harvard University’s doctoral program in English, Reddy is currently and Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago.
Sarah Riggs is the author of Autobiography of Envelopes (Burning Deck 2012), 60 Textos (Ugly Duckling Presse 2010), Waterwork (Chax Press 2007), and Chain of Minuscule Decisions in the Form of a Feeling (Reality Street Editions 2007). Currently she is at work on a series of film poems, “Hudson,” “Brest,” “Brooklyn” and “Skye.” Her book of essays, Word Sightings: Poetry and Visual Media in Stevens, Bishop, and O’Hara was published by Routledge in 2002. She has translated or co-translated from the French the poets Isabelle Garron, Marie Borel, Etel Adnan, Ryoko Sekiguchi, and, most recently, Oscarine Bosquet. A member of the bilingual poetry collective Double Change (www.doublechange.org), and founder of the interart non-profit Tamaas (www.tamaas.org), she lives in Paris where she is a professor at NYU-in-France.