Laurel Radzieski is a poet and grant writer. She is the author of Red Mother (NYQ Books, 2018). Laurel’s work has appeared in Atlas and Alice, The Golden Key, Really System, The Slag Review and elsewhere, including on roadsides and a street sign in rural Wisconsin. She enjoys presenting on-the-spot poetry installations at community venues and events. Laurel teaches writing workshops for children, teenagers and adults, and she has worn many hats in the theatre. She is a teaching artist for Arts in Education Northeast Pennsylvania (AIE/nepa) and was a Resident Artist at the Wormfarm Institute where she lived very comfortably in a barn. Laurel earned her MFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College and her BA from Keystone College. She lives with her husband and a cat in northeastern Pennsylvania.