Jasmine V. Bailey
Jasmine V. Bailey’s poetry collection, Alexandria (Carnegie Mellon University Press 2014), won the Central New York Book Award. She is the author of Disappeared (Carnegie Mellon 2017), and the chapbook, Sleep and What Precedes It (Longleaf Press 2009). She has been a fellow at Colgate University, the Vermont Studio Center, and a Fulbright Fellow in Argentina. Her poems, essays, and translations have appeared in Michigan Quarterly Review, Carolina Quarterly, 32 Poems, InTranslation, and other journals. Her work was a finalist for the 2018 Gulf Coast Translation Prize, and she is the 2019 winner of the Michigan Quarterly Review's Laurence Goldstein Prize for poetry. She is a managing editor for Iron Horse Literary Review and a contributing editor for Waxwing Literary Journal.