Catherine Jagoe is a British-born poet, essayist and translator based in Madison, Wisconsin. Her first full-length poetry book, Bloodroot, won the 2016 Settlement House American Poetry Prize and the Council for Wisconsin Writers Edna Meudt prize. She is also the author of two poetry chapbooks, News from the North (2015) and Casting Off (2007), as well as a chapbook of translations of poetry by Uruguayan author Paula Simonetti, What the Sad Say (2017). Her work has appeared in The Writer’s Almanac, Gettysburg Review, Triquarterly, Ninth Letter, American Athenaeum, Poetry Daily, American Poetry Review, and the 2016 Pushcart Prize XL anthology. She is a contributor to Wisconsin Public Radio’s Wisconsin Life series.