Antonella Zagaroli is a Roman poet living in San Quirico d'Orcia and a graduate of Modern Languages and Literature from the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy at the Sapienza University in Rome. Her professional career has followed two distinct paths which we outline below, focusing largely on literature.
(Biographical Source: http://www.literary.it/ali/dati/autori/zagaroli_antonella.html )
Anamaría Crowe Serrano is a poet and translator born in Ireland to an Irish father and a Spanish mother. She grew up bilingually, straddling cultures, rarely with her nose out of a book. Languages have always fascinated her to the extent that she has never stopped learning or improving her knowledge of them. She enjoys cross-cultural and cross-genre exchanges with artists and poets. Much of her work is the result of such collaborations. With a B.A. (Hons) in Spanish and French from Trinity College Dublin, Anamaría went on to do an M.A. in Translation Studies at Dublin City University. Since then, she has worked in localization (translating hardware and software from English to Spanish), has been a reader for the blind, and occasionally teaches Spanish. For over 15 years she has translated poetry from Spanish and Italian to English. Anamaría is the recipient of two awards from the Arts Council of Ireland to further her writing. Her translations have won many prizes abroad and her own poetry has been anthologised in Census (Seven Towers), Landing Places (Dedalus), Pomeriggio (Leconte) and other publications.
Poems from Mindskin by Antonella Zagaroli, English translations by Anamaría Crowe Serrano, published Poethead 13/10/2012.
Online URL: https://poethead.wordpress.com/2012/10/13/poems-from-mindskin-by-antonella-zagaroli/
Translation © Anamaría Crowe Serrano