Sarabjeet Garcha is a widely published bilingual poet and the author of four books of poems, including A Clock in the Far Past, besides a volume each of translated poetry and translated prose. He has translated several American poets into Hindi, including W.S. Merwin and John Haines, and several Indian poets into English, among them Mangalesh Dabral and Leeladhar Jagoori. He has also translated more than fifteen Marathi poets into both Hindi and English. He was on the Panel of Critical Readers for the third edition of Garner's Modern American Usage (Oxford University Press, 2009). His work, including poems, translations, and essays, has appeared in Versopolis, Modern Poetry in Translation, Words Without Borders, The Indian Quarterly, Domus India, the Centre for Stories' Journal, and The Wire, among several others. The recipient of a fellowship in Hindi literature from the Ministry of Culture of India, Sarabjeet is the founder and editorial director of Copper Coin.