Natalia Carbajosa (El Puerto de Santa María, 1971) holds a Ph.D. on English Studies by the University of Salamanca, and is currently an Associate Professor of Professional and Academic English at the University of Cartagena (Spain). She started her research period on Shakespearean Studies, later transferring into Modernist and Postmodernist poetry. She has published a variety of articles and essays on both fields. As a translator, she is responsible for the bilingual publication, in Spain and in Mexico, of works by H.D. (Trilogy), Kathleen Raine (Farewell Happy Fields, in collaboration with Adolfo Gómez Tomé), Scott Hightower (Hontanares), and the anthology of contemporary US poets Women Rowing. Some of these translations have received favorable critical attention by the mainstream Spanish press (critics like Gustavo Martín Garzo or Luis Antonio de Villena). Her edition of Trilogy stood for months in poetry bestselling lists when it appeared in 2008, and was shortlisted by the journalist of El País/Babelia Francisco Calvo Serraller as one of the best books of the year. As a poet, she is the author of four collections (one of them, Desde una estrella enana, was finalist in the Spanish Editors Award in 2009 and provided the lyrics for a song of the album Multiverso by Antonio Arias, the leader of Lagartija Nick, available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHsohH3J16E); has participated in poetry festivals in Spain and abroad (Ardentísima, Pan, London Poetry Festival), and has collaborated in a wide range of poetry journals (El coloquio de los perros, Cuadernos del matemático, Ágora, Empireuma, Baquiana, Metamorphoses). She has also worked as a children storyteller with her colleague Aurora Saura with the name Dreams and Tales ( http://dreamsandtalescuentacuentos.blogspot.com.es/). Some of her pieces have appeared in translations into English and Romanian. Currently, she holds a poetry blog in the digital magazine Jotdown (http://www.jotdown.es/author/natalia/) and participates in cultural activities and poetry workshops of her area. She lives in Cartagena with her husband and her two daughters.