Uljana Wolf is a poet, translator, and essayist whose work explores the poetics and politics of translation and the ever-shifting space between languages. She teaches poetry and translation seminars at various institutions including the Pratt Berlin programme, Institut für Sprachkunst in Vienna, and Deutsches Literaturinstitut Leipzig. In 2022,  she curated the International Literature Festival Poetica VI in Cologne entitled Sounding Archives—Poetry between Experiment and Document. In 2019, she held the August Wilhelm von Schlegel Gastprofessur für Poetics of Translation at Freie Universität Berlin. Recent publications include: Muttertask (2023); Kochanie, Today I Bought Bread (translated from the German by Greg Nissan, 2023);  the German translation of DMZ Colony by Don Mee Choi (2023); and Musik für die Toten und Auferstandenen by Valzhyna Mort (co-translated with Katharina Narbutovic, 2021). Wolf lives and works in Berlin.

As of December 2023