Laurel Radzieski is the author of Red Mother (NYQ Books, 2018). She earned her MFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College and her BA from Keystone College. Laurel is a poetry editor for Clockhouse and her work has appeared in The Golden Key, Really System, The Slag Review and elsewhere, including on roadsides 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 lives with her husband and a fish in northeastern Pennsylvania.