Anna Leahy is the author of the poetry books Aperture (2017), and Constituents of Matter (2007), and the forthcoming nonfiction book, Tumor. In 2016, her essays won the Dogwood Grand Prize in Literature and the Ninth Letter Essay Prize. She teaches in the MFA and BFA programs at Chapman University, where she curates the Tabula Poetica reading series and edits the international journal TAB. With Douglas R. Dechow, she wrote Generation Space: A Love Story (2017). They continue to write the blog Lofty Ambitions (loftyambitions.wordpress.com) and are 2016 Visiting Fellows at the American Library in Paris.