Jennifer Croft is currently a judge for the 2020 International Booker. She is the recipient of Fulbright, PEN, MacDowell, National Endowment for the Arts, Cullman and Words Without Borders and Plympton Literary Studio grants and fellowships, as well as the Michael Henry Heim Prize for Translation and a Tin House Scholarship for Homesick, originally written in Spanish, to be published in English by Unnamed Press this fall and forthcoming in Spanish from Editorial Entropía and in Polish from Wydawnictwo Literackie in 2020. She holds a PhD from Northwestern University and an MFA from the University of Iowa. She is a Founding Editor of The Buenos Aires Review. She has published her own writing and photographs and numerous translations from Polish, Spanish, and Ukrainian in The New York Times, The Paris Review, Granta, The Los Angeles Review of Books, n+1, Electric Literature, Lit Hub, The New Republic, Vice, Asymptote, Guernica, Music & Literature, The Critical Flame, The Quarterly Conversation and elsewhere. Her translation from Spanish of Romina Paula’s August was longlisted for the Best Translated Book Award and the National Translation Award. Her translation from Polish of Olga Tokarczuk’s Flights was shortlisted for the National Book Award, the PEN Translation Prize, the Käpylä Translation Prize and the Warwick Prize. It was awarded the 2018 Man Booker International.