Patricio Ferrari is a polyglot poet, literary translator, and editor. Born in Merlo (Buenos Aires), Patricio left Argentina at the age of 16 to attend high school and play soccer in the United States as part of the Rotary Exchange Program. He received an MFA in poetry from Brown University, a Master’s Degree in Comparative Literature from the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, and a PhD. in Linguistics at the Universidade de Lisboa with a dissertation on the prosody of Pessoa’s trilingual poetry. As literary translator and editor, Patricio has published 20 books, including The Galloping Hour: French Poems by Alejandra Pizarnik (with Forrest Gander; New Directions, 2018), Inside the Mask: The English Poetry of Fernando Pessoa (Gávea-Brown, 2018), The Complete Works of Álvaro de Campos by Pessoa (with Margaret Jull Costa; New Directions, 2023) and Habla terreña by Frank Stanford (with Graciela S. Guglielmone; Pre-Textos, 2023). Patricio’s work appears in The New Yorker, The Paris Review, The Southwest Review, Fence, Buenos Aires Poetry, Perfil, and Words Without Borders, among others. Currently residing in New York City, he teaches in the MFA program at Sarah Lawrence College, as well as at Rutgers University-Newark. Patricio has an ongoing collaboration with the Endangered Language Alliance, a non-profit organization in the city focused on linguistic diversity within urban areas worldwide.