Laura Glenn, Poet and Artist
Laura Glenn’s book of poems I Can’t Say I’m Lost, was published by FootHills. Her chapbook When the Ice Melts is now out with Finishing Line Press. Her poems have appeared in many journals, including, The Antioch Review, Boulevard, Cortland Review, Epoch, Green Mountains Review, Literal Latté, Massachusetts Review, Poet Lore, Poetry, Rattapallax, and the anthologies, Like a Fragile Index of the World and From the Finger Lakes: A Poetry Anthology.
The recipient of a CAP fellowship in poetry, and a poetry grant from AE Ventures, she is working on another full-length book of poems. She has been featured on Tish Pearlman’s radio show, Out of Bounds.
Also a visual artist, who paints and creates collages and digital prints, Laura Glenn’s artworks have appeared in many one-person and group shows. She has been working with other poets, who call themselves the Ekphrastic Four, on a multimedia project revolving around poems that are responses to works of art. She lives in Ithaca, NY, where she works as a freelance editor.