Maggie Glover is a poet & nonfiction writer. Her debut collection of poems, How I Went Red, was published by Carnegie Mellon University Press in 2014. Her work is featured in several anthologies, including Best American Experimental Writing 2015 (Wesleyan University Press), 12 Women: An Anthology of Poems (Carnegie Mellon University Press, Dec. 2014), & Eyes Glowing at the Edge of the Woods (West Virginia University Press, 2015). Her 40+ publications include Ninth Letter, jubilat, ECOTONE, Glass Poetry, Smartish Pace, Stanford University's MANTIS, & at least one bicep tattoo.
Maggie was born & raised in Pittsburgh, PA. She earned a BA in English- Writing from Denison University & an MFA in Poetry from West Virginia University, where she was awarded the James Paul Brawner Award. These days, she lives on the beach in Los Angeles with her two cats: Cosmo & Noodle.