Claudia Serea’s poems and translations have been published in Field, New Letters, The Mahalat Review, Oxford Poetry, Asymptote, Gravel, and elsewhere. She is the author of five poetry collections, most recently Twoxism, a collaboration with photographer Maria Haro (8th House Publishing, 2018) and Nothing Important Happened Today (Broadstone Books, 2016). Serea’s poem My Father’s Quiets Friends in Prison, 1958-1962 received the 2013 New Letters Readers Award. She won the Levure Littéraire 2014 Award for Poetry Performance and the 2006 New Women’s Voices competition. Serea co-founded and edits National Translation Month, and she co-hosts The Williams Poetry Readings in Rutherford, NJ.