Whitney DeVos is a writer, scholar, editor, and translator focused on the hemispheric literatures and cultures of the Americas. She is the translator of Notes Toward a Pamphlet by Sergio Chejfec (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2020) and The Semblable by Chantal Maillard (Ugly Duckling, 2020), as well as co-translator of Carlos Soto Román’s 11 (Ugly Duckling, forthcoming), Hugo García Manríquez’s Commonplace / Lo común (Cardboard House Press, 2022), and the Spanish portions of A Year in the Sky (Triana Editorial, 2019). Her translations of Nahua poet Martín Tonalmeyotl have appeared in Asymptote, the World Literature Today blog, Latin American Literature Today, Modern Poetry in Translation, and Michigan Quarterly Review. She has also translated writing by César Cañedo, Norah Lange, Hubert Matiúwàa, Valeria Meiller, A. E. Quintero, and Karen Villeda, among others. She is currently a visiting assistant professor at Pitzer College and an NEA Translation Fellow. She divides her time between southern California and Mexico City.