Lindsay Turner is the author of Songs & Ballads (Prelude Books, 2018) and the chapbook A Fortnight (forthcoming, Doublecross Press). Her second collection of poetry, The Upstate, is forthcoming in the University of Chicago Press's Phoenix Poets series in fall 2023. Her translations from the French include the poetry collections adagio ma non troppo, by Ryoko Sekiguchi (Les Figues Press, 2018), The Next Loves, by Stéphane Bouquet (Nightboat Books, 2019) and Common Life, by Stéphane Bouquet (Nightboat Books, 2023), as well as books of philosophy by Frederic Neyrat (Atopias, co-translated with Walt Hunter, Fordham University Press, 2017),  Souleymane Bachir Diagne (Postcolonial Bergson, Fordham University Press, 2019),  Anne Dufourmantelle (In Defense of Secrets, Fordham University Press, 2020), Richard Rechtman (Living in Death, Fordham University Press, 2021) and Éric Baratay (Animal Biographies, UGA Press, 2022). She is the recipient of a WPR Creative Grant from Harvard’s Woodberry Poetry Room for 2016-17 as well as 2017 and 2019 French Voices Grants.

Originally from northeast Tennessee, she's currently writing poems and short stories about animals, suburban interfaces, mountains, social and biological reproduction, and various levels of structural and personal disaster. She lives in Cleveland, where she is Assistant Professor in the Department of English at Case Western Reserve University.