Jill Darling is the author of the poetry collections (re)iteration(s), a geography of syntax, Solve For, begin with may: a series of moments, and a number of chapbooks. Her poetics essays and reviews can be found online at: 1508 The Arizona Poetry Center Blog, Entropy, How2, and Something on Paper. She’s also published essays on teaching and had other creative work in journals including Denver Quarterly, /NOR, Aufgabe, 580 Split, Quarter After Eight, factorial, and others, and in the anthologies Counter-Desecration, Resist Much Obey Little, and Poetic Voices Without Borders. Darling has won awards and residencies from The Academy of American Poets, the Mary Anderson Center for the Arts, Spark Box Studio, and The Hambidge Center. She has a Ph.D. in 20th Century American Literature and Cultural Studies and teaches at The University of Michigan-Dearborn.