Ellie Black is a poet, screenwriter, critic, and essayist originally from Arkansas. She's currently a PhD student in Creative Writing at the University of Mississippi, where she also received her MFA. Her poetry can be found in or is forthcoming from Mississippi Review, Poetry Online, The Offing, Black Warrior Review, DIAGRAM, Best New Poets, and elsewhere. Her prose can be found in the Georgia Review, Pleaides, Fandom Spotlite, and the Adroit Journal. She has received awards and honors from the C.D. Wright Women Writer's Conference, Split Lip Magazine, the Poets' Roundtable of Arkansas, the University of Mississippi, Hendrix College, Bucknell University, and the Austin Film Festival.
High-bridity: Elevating the Everyday
Dead Gods/Wild Spaces: Queer Landscapes