Maggie Glover was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA. Her poetry has appeared in the anthologies, Eyes Glowing at the Edge of the Woods, published by West Virginia University Press in March 2017, and a drought-themed anthology, The Absence of Something Specific, published by Fern Rock Falls Press in 2016. Her poems and nonfiction have been published in many literary magazines and journals, including jubilat, Ninth Letter, The Journal, Verse Daily, and Pittsburgh Poetry Review. Her debut collection of poems, HOW I WENT RED, was published by Carnegie Mellon University Press in 2014. A selection of her work was featured by CMU Press that same year in their anthology, 12 Women: An Anthology of Poems.
Maggie Glover recently completed a new manuscript of poetry in collaboration with Iowa-based poet, Isaac Pressnell. Selections from YOU ASKED WHY WE COULDN'T JUST WORK OUT AND BE TOGETHER TO WHICH I SAID appears in Best American Experimental Writing, Carrier Pigeon, and Black Rabbit Review. Learn more and read excerpts from the new experimental collaborative poetry project here.
Right now, Maggie Glover lives and walks in the sunshine of Los Angeles, California. She is working on her next full-length poetry collection, DOPE GHOSTS.