Susannah Greenblatt is a writer, filmmaker, and translator from the Spanish. While studying at Wesleyan University, she was awarded the White Fellowship for Excellence in History to conduct original archival research in Spain. Her findings became a high honors creative writing/history thesis on seventeenth-century mystic María Cotanilla. She is currently adapting the novella into a short film, going into production summer of 2018. Susannah is a contributing writer for WWB Daily, and has published in Words without Borders, Literary Hub, and Ramona: revista de artes visuales. After graduating from college, she moved to Buenos Aires, and she now lives in Brooklyn with a toothless cat named Zoila. Author photo by Elijah Stevens.