Arielle Greenberg is the author of the poetry collections Slice, My Kafka Century, and Given, the creative nonfiction book Locally Made Panties, and the transgenre chapbooks Shake Her and Fa(r)ther Down. She is co-author, with Rachel Zucker, of Home/Birth: A Poemic, and co-editor of three anthologies, including Gurlesque, which will soon be out in an expanded digital edition co-edited with Becca Klaver. Arielle’s poems and essays have been featured in Best American Poetry, Labor Day: True Birth Stories by Today’s Best Women Writers, and The Racial Imaginary. She writes a column on contemporary poetics for the American Poetry Review, and edits a series of essays called (K)ink: Writing While Deviant for The Rumpus. A former tenured professor in poetry at Columbia College Chicago, she lives in Maine and teaches in the community and in Oregon State University-Cascades’ MFA.
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