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April 10, 2018
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About the Author
Kristín Svava Tómasdóttir (b.1985) has been active on the Icelandic poetry scene since her teenage years. Her poems have been translated into English, Danish, German, Finnish, Polish, Portuguese, Italian, Spanish and Arabic. Her own translations of Valerie Solanas's feminist manifesto SCUM and Cuban author Virgilio Piñera's poem La isla en peso have been published in Icelandic. Tómasdóttir holds an MA degree in History from the University of Iceland. Her most recent work is a book on the history of pornography in Iceland.
An Icelandic-Ukrainian Canadian raised in rural Alberta, Canada, K.B. Thors has published translations from Icelandic and Spanish in The Harvard Review, The Scandinavian Review, Circumference, and Palabras Errantes. She holds a BA in Philosophy and an MFA in Creative Writing from Columbia University, where she was a Teaching Fellow in Poetry. She is also an essayist and educator who before teaching writing worked in a sex-positive, woman-positive, and body-positive sex shop. Her debut poetry collection Vulgar Mechanics is forthcoming in 2019 from Coach House Press.