Jill Darling is the author of (re)iteration(s) (Spuyten Duyvil), a geography of syntax (Lavender Ink), Solve For (BlazeVOX, ebooks), begin with may: a series of moments (Finishing Line), and two collaborative chapbooks with Laura Wetherington and Hannah Ensor: at the intersection of 3, and The First Steps are the Deepest. Her critical poetics essays can be found in How2; Something on Paper; and Ethos: A Digital Review of Arts, Humanities, and Public Ethics. She’s also had poems, essays, and short fiction published in journals including Gertrude, Denver Quarterly, /NOR, Aufgabe, 580 Split, Quarter After Eight, factorial, Rampike, Horse Less Review, Two Serious Ladies, Unlikely Stories, and in the anthology Poetic Voices Without Borders. Darling teaches at University of Michigan-Dearborn and lives in Ypsilanti. More info can be found at jilldarling.com.