Jordan Lee Schnee (Boston, Massachusetts, 1990) lives in Berlin, Germany where he is a writer, translator, and musician. He holds a bachelor’s degree in translation from NYU and a master’s degree in English Philology from the Freie Universität Berlin. He is currently a PhD candidate in comparative literature at the Freie Universität. He compiled and translated “Some Dollars” (poems) by Argentine writer Wáshington Cucurto (Eloísa Cartonera, 2013) and has translated poetry by other South American writers Mariano Blatt and Mike Wilson. He has also translated German writers such as Ann Cotten, Alban Nikolai Herbst, and Jörg Fauser. His own work includes the poetry book “Unapprehension” (2018) and travelogue “The ‘Dreadful’ Tropics” (2019) published by Propeller Berlin. He was a 2019 writer in residency for the Goethe Institut Chile’s “Entrelíneas” project.