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. She expanded her findings into a high honors thesis on the largely forgotten seventeenth-century mystic María Cotanilla and is currently working on adapting the story into a short film. Susannah has been published in Words Without Borders, WWB Daily, Literary Hub, and Ramona: revista de artes visuales. After graduating from college, she moved to Buenos Aires and has recently come back to Brooklyn, where she lives with a toothless cat.