The recipient of numerous awards, including the Women Writers’ Prize, the Culture Minister's Prize for Beginning Poets, and the Prime Minister's Prize for Writers, Tal Nitzán is a poet, editor, and translator of Hispanic literature. She has edited three anthologies and published six poetry books, including Doméstica (2002), An Ordinary Evening (2006), Café Soleil Bleu (2007), The First to Forget (2009), and Look at the Same Cloud Twice (2012). Her poetry has been translated into over twenty languages and appeared in numerous anthologies and magazines such as Modern Poetry in Translation, Habitus, Zeek, and Bridges. Her debut novel will be published in the summer of 2014. Nitzán has resided in Buenos Aires, Bogotá, and New York, and currently lives in Tel Aviv. Find out more on her website.