Clare Sullivan

Reawakening: Reclaiming Chatino Prayers and Political Speech

White woman with mid-length brown hair and glasses; green plants in background.

Clare Sullivan, professor of Spanish at the University of Louisville, teaches language, poetry, and translation. She and her students work regularly on translation projects for the Louisville community. Recently she guest edited a special issue of Translation Review: “Translation as Community” Vol 1:  Issue 1 (2023). Her collaborative translations of Natalia Toledo and Enriqueta Lunez have appeared in Phoneme Media and Ugly Duckling Presse. Deche bitoope/El dorso del cangrejo/Carapace Dancer, a trilingual version of Natalia Toledo’s 2016 collection, is forthcoming from Deep Vellum.