Susannah Greenblatt is a writer, tutor, and translator from the Spanish. She holds a BA in history from Wesleyan University. While studying there, she was awarded a White Fellowship for Excellence in History to conduct original archival research in Spain. She expanded her findings into a high honors-winning thesis on largely forgotten seventeenth-century mystic, María Cotanilla and is currently working on adapting the story into a screenplay. Susannah has just moved to Brooklyn after living in Buenos Aires and is thrilled to be editorial and communications intern at Words without Borders.