John Pluecker is a writer, interpreter, translator and co-founder of the language justice and literary experimentation collaborative Antena. His work is informed by experimental poetics, radical aesthetics and cross-border cultural production; it has appeared in journals and magazines in the U.S. and Mexico, including Mandorla, Aufgabe, eleven eleven, Third Text, Animal Shelter, HTMLGiant and Literal. In addition, he has done textual improvisation with experimental musicians, videos, and work at the intersections of visual art and poetry. He has published numerous books in translation from the Spanish, including essays by Marta Lamas, a leading Mexican feminist; short stories by Ciudad Juárez writer Rosario Sanmiguel; and a detective novel by Martín Solares. Currently, he is translating poetry by various contemporary Mexican poets, including Omar Pimienta. He has three chapbooks, Routes into Texas (DIY, 2010) and Undone (Dusie Kollektiv, 2011) and Killing Current (Mouthfeel Press, 2012).