Dzvinia Orlowsky is a Pushcart prize poet, an award-winning translator, and a founding editor of Four Way Books. She’s published six poetry collections including A Handful of Bees, reprinted for the Carnegie Mellon University Classic Contemporary Series; Convertible Night, Flurry of Stones, winner of a Sheila Margaret Motton Book Award; and Bad Harvest, listed as part of the 2019 Massachusetts Book Awards “Must Read Poetry.” Her poem sequence “The (Dis)enchanted Desna” was selected by Robert Pinsky as a 2019 winner of the New England Poetry Club’s Samuel Washington Allen Prize. Her co-translation with Ali Kinsella from the Ukrainian of Natalka Bilotserkivets’s poems, Eccentric Days of Hope and Sorrow (Lost Horse Press, 2021) was a finalist for the 2022 Griffin Poetry Prize, the Derek Walcott Prize for Poetry, and the ALTA National Translation Award in Poetry, and winner of the 2022 AAUS Prize for Translation. The pair is working on a volume of Halyna Kruk’s poetry in translation to be published by Lost Horse Press in 2024.