Cynthia Hogue has published nine poetry collections of poetry, including Revenance and In June the Labyrinth. Her tenth collection, instead, it is dark, is forthcoming from Red Hen Press (2023). She has also co-translated three books of translation, the first of which, Fortino Sàmano, won the Landon Translation Award from the Academy of American Poets. Her third volume, Distantly, from the Québécois French of Nicole Brossard, will be out from Omnidawn in 2022, along with a chapbook of ekphrastic poems written during the pandemic, Contain (Tram Editions). Her critical work includes the co-edited first edition of H.D.’s The Sword Went Out to Sea. Among Hogue’s honors are a Fulbright and two NEA fellowships. She is the inaugural Marshall Chair in Poetry Emerita Professor of English at Arizona State University.