Kimberly Glanzman lives in Lexington, KY with too many books, never enough coffee, and one ornery old cat named Ella. She’s lived and worked all around the US, most recently in Phoenix, and she is grateful on a daily basis to be back in the land of sweet tea and seasons. She has a BA in English from Southern New Hampshire University. Her poetry investigates the relationship between sound and sense, between speculation and science, between the precision of morphological meaning and the mystery and music of language. Her work has appeared in Iodine Poetry, Innisfree, and Kakalak: An Anthology of Carolina Poets.