Jeramy Dodds grew up in Orono, Ontario, Canada. He received a BA from Trent University in English Literature and Anthropology and an MA from the University of Iceland in Medieval Icelandic Studies. His poems have been translated into Latvian, Hungarian, Finnish, French, Swedish, Icelandic and German. He is the winner of the 2006 Bronwen Wallace Memorial Award and the 2007 CBC Literary Award for poetry. His first collection of poems, Crabwise to the Hounds (Coach House Books, 2008), was shortlisted for the Griffin Poetry Prize, the Gerald Lampert Award, and won the Trillium Book Award for poetry. His most recent publications are a translation of the Poetic Edda (Coach House Books, 2014) from Old Icelandic into English, and a collection of poems, Drakkar Noir (Coach House Books, 2017). He served as a poetry editor at Coach House Books from 2011 to 2018.