Anna Lombardo (Italy). Poet, teacher, translator and editor of the cultural magazine Le Voci della Luna, lives in Venice, where she graduated in English literature. She is currently doing her PhD at the Trinity College in Dublin (Ireland) in Gender Studies. Bilingual poetry books: The something that’s missing, Sasso Marconi (BO), 2009; Nessun Alibi / Ninguna Coartada Edizioni Universitarie, Venice, 2004; Even the Fish are Drunk / Anche I pesci ubriachi, Marimbo editor, Berkeley (CA), 2002. Other critical works: La scrittura esiliata (The exiled writing), Venice, 2006; The concept of Threhold in Jack Hirschman’s poem “Endless treshold”, in American Studies, Mozzanti Editori, Venice, 2008; The translation and Joyce Lussu in Quaderni su Joyce Lussu, Bologna, 2007. International poetry festival attended, Santiago, Cuba, 2004; International Poetry Festival , San Francisco, CA, USA, 2007-2009; International Poetry Festival “Al-Marbid”, Basra-Baghdad, Iraq, 2010; International Poetry Festival Kritja: Nagpur 2011, Trivandrum, 2012.