P. Scott Cunningham
P. Scott Cunningham lives in Miami, Florida, where he serves as poetry editor of The Miami Rail and director of O, Miami and Jai-Alai Books. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Awl, A Public Space, Tupelo Quarterly, Court Green, PANK, The Rumpus, RHINO, and Columbia: a journal of art + literature, among others. He is the translator of The Sun Like a Big Dark Animal, a zine of selected work by Alejanda Pizarnik, and the co-translator of Last Night I Dreamt I Was a DJ (Jai-Alai Books, 2014), the first U.S. publication by the Dominican poet Frank Báez. Other Vallejo translations of his have appeared in Waxwing.