Laura Marris is a writer and translator with a BA from Yale and an MFA from Boston University. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Yale Review, No Tokens, Boston Review online, The Cortland Review, The Volta, Asymptote, The Common, Prelude, Washington Square Review, Meridian, DMQ Review, The Brooklyn Rail, and elsewhere. She is a MacDowell Colony fellow and a semi-finalist for the 2015 Boston Review/Discovery Prize. She lectures in Creative Writing at Boston University, where she worked on Robert Pinsky’s Massive Open Online Course The Art of Poetry. Her recent translation projects include Louis Guilloux's novel Blood Dark (New York Review Books), Paol Keineg's Triste Tristan and Other Poems (co-translated with Rosmarie Waldrop for Burning Deck Press), and The Safe House by Christophe Boltanski (University of Chicago Press). She lives in Providence.