Elizabeth Polli, freelance translator, has been translating from Spanish into English since the 1980s. Recent publications include translations of poetry, prose, dramatic theater and essays by Wendy Guerra, Ana Merino, José María Merino, Fritz Glockner, Luis Muñoz, Sergio Chejfec, and Felix de la Concha. Her translations of Ana Merino’s scholarly essays on comics have appeared in the International Journal of Comic Art. Polli taught ESL in Madrid from 1982 to 1988, and after completing her Ph.D. at Columbia University, she taught Spanish and directed the Spanish language program at Dartmouth College from 1998 to 2014. She is an avid knitter.