Susannah is a writer, filmmaker, and translator from the Spanish based in Brooklyn. She graduated from Wesleyan University in 2016 with a BA and high honors in history. Currently, she works as communications and digital marketing coordinator at Words Without Borders, and she is a contributing writer to the magazine’s blog, WWB Daily. Her writing has also appeared in Literary Hub and Ramona: revista de artes visuales, and her translations have been published in Words without Borders. She recently cowrote and codirected a short film, La Ciega (2018), based on the visions of a blind mystic whose Inquisition trial she came across while doing research on a White Fellowship for Excellence in History in Madrid. Susannah also works as a literary assistant at Anne Edelstein Literary Agency, and she really likes dogs. Author photo by Elijah Stevens.