Will Stone is a poet, essayist and literary translator who currently divides his time between Belgium and Suffolk. His first poetry collection, Glaciation (Salt, 2007), won the international Glen Dimplex Award for poetry in 2008. A second collection, Drawing in Ash, was published by Salt in May 2011 and won the 3am Magazine Poetry Book of the Year award in 2011. His published translations include To The Silenced: Selected Poems of Georg Trakl (Arc Publications, 2005) and Journeys, a collection of Stefan Zweig’s European travel essays (Hesperus Press, 2010). A first English translation of Rilke in Paris by Maurice Betz appeared from Hesperus Press in June 2012. He has published widely in journals and magazines both in England and internationally, including The Guardian, The Times Literary Supplement, The Independent, The London Magazine, Poetry Review, Agenda, Modern Poetry in Translation and The Warwick Review.