"I want to convey the beauty and pain of lived, bodily experience. I am drawn particularly to images of daily beauty, such as cosmetics, clothing, food, and plants, juxtaposed with images of the daily grotesque: toothaches, bad smells, scars, little wounds, mucus, bruises, bone aches."
- Emily Corwin
Emily Corwin is an MFA candidate in poetry at Indiana University-Bloomington and the former Poetry Editor for Indiana Review. Her writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Black Warrior Review, Gigantic Sequins, New South, Yemassee, THRUSH, and elsewhere. She has two chapbooks, My Tall Handsome (Brain Mill Press) and darkling (Platypus Press), which were published in 2016. Her first full-length collection, tenderling was just released from Stalking Horse Press (2018). You can follow her online at @exitlessblue.
Emily reads "hex," "tincture," "apparition," and "tenderling."