Caroline Earleywine spent ten years teaching high school English in Central Arkansas trying to convince teenagers that poetry is actually cool. Now, she’s finding out who she is outside of that. She was a finalist for Nimrod’s 2021 Pablo Neruda Prize for Poetry and has work in Glass: A Journal of Poetry, Barrelhouse, NAILED Magazine, and elsewhere. She earned her MFA from Queens University in Charlotte and lives in Little Rock with her wife and two dogs. Her chapbook Lesbian Fashion Struggles was published with Sibling Rivalry Press in 2020. She was a winner of the Jack McCarthy Book Prize and has a book forthcoming with Write Bloody Publishing in 2024.
"This book is bravery in verse."