Marianne Boruch's ten books of poetry include The Anti-Grief (Copper Canyon, 2019), her prose—three essay collections, most recently The Little Death of Self (Michigan, 2017), and a memoir about hitchhiking in the early '70s, The Glimpse Traveler (Indiana, 2011). Among her honors are a Kingsley-Tufts Poetry Award and fellowships/residencies from the Guggenheim Foundation, the NEA, the Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Center and two national parks (Denali and Isle Royale). Her work has appeared in the New Yorker, The Nation, Field, American Poetry Review, POETRY, The New England Review, Field, New York Review of Books, London Review of Books, Kenyon Review, Volt, and elsewhere. On a 2019 Senior Research Fulbright in Australia, she observed that country's astonishing wildlife to write Dark Bestiary, forthcoming from Copper Canyon Press this October. Going rogue and emeritus in 2018 from Purdue University, Boruch continues to teach in the Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College.