Miguel Ángel Muñoz Sanjuán (1961, Spain, Madrid) is a poet and essayist. He has been a very active figure in the Spanish literary scene since the 1980s. He has published six books of poems: Una extraña tormenta (1992), Las fronteras (2001), Cartas consulares (2007), Los dialectos del éxodo (2007), Cantos & Ucronías, and Memorical Fractal (2017). Along with being at the forefront of Spanish experimental poetry, Muñoz Sanjuán is a well-known editor and anthologist that has worked to bring the poetry of e. e. cummings and Osip Mandelstam into Spanish.
Jeremy Paden (1974 Milan, Italy) received his Ph.D. in Spanish from Emory University and is Professor of Spanish and Latin American literature at Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky. He is the recipient of a 2019 Al Smith Individual Artist Fellowship for poetry from the Kentucky Arts Council. He is the author of three chapbooks of poems and a chapbook of translated poems. His poems and translations have appeared in Adirondack Review, Atlanta Review, Asymptote Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, Cincinnati Review, Cortland Review, Louisville Review, Rattle!, Words Without Borders and other journals and anthologies.