Editor / Publisher: Trace Peterson

Trace Peterson is a poet and literary scholar. Author of Since I Moved In (Chax Press, 2007/2019), she is also founding editor and publisher of EOAGH, which has won a National Jewish Book Award and two Lambda Literary Awards, including the first given in transgender poetry. She is coeditor of the anthology Troubling the Line: Trans and Genderqueer Poetry and Poetics (Nightboat Books, 2013/2015) and coeditor of Arrive on Wave: Collected Poems of Gil Ott (Chax Press, 2016). Her second full-length book of poems is forthcoming. Her work has appeared in Readings in Contemporary Poetry: An Anthology (Dia Art Foundation/Yale University Press, 2017), From Our Hearts to Yours: New Narrative as Contemporary Practice (ON Contemporary Practice, 2017), Best American Experimental Writing 2016 (Wesleyan University Press, 2017), and TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly. Peterson has taught the course Transgender Cultural Production at Yale University and the writing workshop Learning From Trans Poets at the Poetry Project in New York City. She was Guest Faculty in the Naropa Summer Writing Program in 2018 and currently teaches at Hunter College, where, since 2015, she has taught the innovative course Trans and Nonbinary Poetry. She is currently the 2021-2022 N.E.H. Fellow in Poetics at the Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry at Emory University.

For more information, visit tracepeterson.com.

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