Giancarlo Huapaya (Lima, Peru) has published three collections of poetry: Taller Sub Verso (Sub Verse Workshop), Polisexual, and Estado y contemplación/Canción de canción se gana (State and contemplation/Song by song it´s won). His poems and translations have appeared in the anthologies 4M3R1C4 (Chile), Aguas Móviles (Peru), Cholos (Guatemala), OOMPH! (US), and in the journals Erizo (Mexico-US), Buenos Aires Poetry (Argentina), Poesía (Venezuela), Zunái (Brazil), Jacket2 (US), Anomaly (US), Tripwire (US), and Periódico de Poesía de la UNAM (México), among others. He is founder and editor of Cardboard House Press, a nonprofit publishing house for Latin American and Spanish literature-in-translation. As a curator of visual poetry, he has presented exhibitions at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts in San Francisco and the University of Arizona Poetry Center in Tucson. As literary translator, he has translated into Spanish work by Muriel Rukeyser, C.D Wright, Susan Briante, Carmen Giménez Smith, and Alli Warren.