Tsvetanka Elenkova is co-director of the publishing house Small Stations Press. Born in Sofia, Bulgaria, in 1968, she was educated at the University of National and World Economics. She has published three collections of poetry: The Stakes of the Legion (1995), Amphipolis of the Nine Roads (1998) and The Seventh Gesture (2005). Her poetry has appeared in 15 different countries, including in the magazines Modern Poetry in Translation and Orient Express in the UK and Absinthe in the US. Her latest book is a collection of nine essays on the Balkans Time and Relation published by Small Stations Press. She translates from English, Greek and Macedonian. Her other translations include poetry collections by Jonathan Dunne and Fiona Sampson as well as poetry anthologies by Raymond Carver and Bogomil Gjuzel. She co-edits and translates the series Modern English Poetry.