Lucille Lang Day, author of Married at Fourteen: A True Story (Heyday, 2012), has published creative nonfiction in The Hudson Review, Istanbul Literary Review, Passages North, River Oak Review, Willow Review, and many other journals. She is also the author of a children's book, Chain Letter, and eight poetry collections and chapbooks, including The Curvature of Blue, Infinities, and The Book of Answers. Her first poetry collection, Self-Portrait with Hand Microscope, received the Joseph Henry Jackson Award.
Lucy received her M.A. in English and M.F.A. in creative
writing at San Francisco State University, her M.A. in
zoology and Ph.D. in science and mathematics education
at UC Berkeley. The founder and director of the small
press Scarlet Tanager Books, Lucy served for seventeen
years as the director of the Hall of Health, an interactive
museum in Berkeley.