Jeremy Harding is a contributing editor at the London Review of Books. His translations of Rimbaud are published by Penguin Classics. He is the co-translator of Modern French Philosophy by Vincent Descombes. His memoir, Mother Country, is about the discovery of parents, absent and present. He is a winner of the Martha Gellhorn Award for Journalism, with a long report on migrants and asylum seekers in Europe and North Africa. Border Vigils: Keeping Migrants out of the Rich World, appeared in 2012. He writes regularly on asylum and immigration for the LRB.