by Anna Leahy
Anna Leahy’s latest books are the poetry collections Gloss, What Happened Was:, and Aperture and the nonfiction book Tumor. Her work has appeared at Aeon, Atlanta Review, The Atlantic, Bennington Review, BuzzFeed, Poetry, Scientific American, The Southern Review, and elsewhere, and essays have won top awards from Mississippi Review, Los Angeles Review, Ninth Letter, and Dogwood. She edits the international Tab Journal and has been a fellow at MacDowell and the American Library in Paris. Leahy directs the MFA in Creative Writing program at Chapman University. See more at https://amleahy.com.