Eric Grunwald lives in Boston, where he is currently at work on his first novel, a collection of short stories, and other projects. His fiction has appeared in Edit Red (formerly known as Spoiled Ink) and, most recently, Prick of the Spindle. His book reviews have appeared in the Boston Sunday Globe, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Denver Post, The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Artsfuse and Agni. His translations (from German) have appeared in Partisan Review (2002), Two Lines (2005), and most recently, The MacGuffin (Hermann Hesse’s fairy tale “The Poet,” Grunwald’s translation of which shared second place in the 1998 Robert Fitzgerald Translation Prize. His nonfiction has appeared in The Improper Bostonian.