Jan 28: Dolph, Dowling, Hawkey

Christian Hawkey has written two full-length poetry collections (The Book of Funnels, Wave Books, 2005 and Citizen Of, Wave Books, 2007), four chapbooks, and the cross-genre book Ventrakl (2010, Ugly Duckling Presse). He translates contemporary German poetry, and with the German poet Uljana Wolf he translates the Austrian writer Ilse Aichinger. His own work has been translated into over a dozen languages. He lives in Brooklyn and Berlin.

Sarah Dowling's first book, Security Posture, was published in 2009. Her work has appeared in journals such as Action, Yes!, EOAGH, and West Coast Line, and is forthcoming in I'll Drown My Book: Conceptual Writing by Women. Sarah is international editor at Jacket2, and she is also a Ph.D. candidate in the English Department at Penn.

Steve Dolph's translation of Scars by the Argentine novelist Juan José Saer was published in 2011 by Open Letter. He lives in Philadelphia.