Elana Wolff has published four collections of poetry with Guernica Editions: Birdheart (2001), Mask (2003), and You Speak to Me in trees (2006) – winner of the 2008 F.G. Bressant Prize for Poetry, and Startled Night (2011) – nominated for the ReLit Poetry Prize. She is also a co-author, with the late Malca Litovitz, of Slow Dancing: Creativity and Illness, Duologue and Rengas (2008), and co-editor with Julie Roorda of Poet to Poet (2012). Her bilingual collection of selected poems, Helleborus & Alchémille, (Noroît, 2013; translation by Stéphanie Roesler), was awarded the 2014 John Glassco Prize for Translation. Her collaborative first-time translation from the Hebrew of Georg Mordechai Langer’s Poems and Song of Love—part of a G.M. Langer/Franz Kafka flipside book (A Hunger Artist & Other Stories; translation by Thor Polson), released by Guernica Editions in fall, 2014, is now in its second printing. Elana divides her professional time between writing, editing, and designing and facilitating therapeutic social art courses.