Tanya Ko, poet and translator who was born and raised in South Korea, and received her MFA at Antioch University Los Angeles. Author of Generation One Point Five, her work has appeared in Beloit, Two Hawks Quarterly, Rattle, Writers at Work, and elsewhere. She writes in English and Korean and currently translates the work of Arthur Sze into Korean. Living and writing from two cultures, hers is a unique, authentic, and courageous voice. Tanya’s poetry creates a voice for multiple generations of Korean women, especially for the “comfort women” who were silenced following WWII. Her poems will be published by Purunsasang in Korea 2015. She lives in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA.