Patty Crane’s award-winning poetry has appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, including Bellevue Literary Review, The Massachusetts Review, Verse Daily, and West Branch. Her collection Bell I Wake To won the 2018 Zone 3 Press First Book Award in Poetry and will be released in fall 2019. Her book-length poem, something flown, winner of the 2017 Concrete Wolf Chapbook Award Series, was published in 2018. Patty’s translations of Swedish poet and Nobel laureate Tomas Tranströmer have appeared in American Poetry Review, Blackbird, Guernica, PEN Poetry Series, Poetry Daily, and The New York Times, among others. Bright Scythe, a bilingual volume of her translations, was published by Sarabande Press (2015). A third generation Cape Cod native, she divides her time between the hilltowns of western Massachusetts and the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont.