Jennifer Perrine’s first book, The Body is No Machine (New Issues, 2007), was selected as the winner of the Devil’s Kitchen Reading Award in Poetry. Their second collection, In the Human Zoo (University of Utah Press, 2011), won the Agha Shahid Ali Poetry Prize, and their third book, No Confession, No Mass (University of Nebraska Press, 2015), received the Prairie Schooner Book Prize in Poetry, the Bisexual Book Award for Poetry, and the Publishing Triangle Audre Lorde Award. Their fourth book, Again, was released by Airlie Press in 2020. Perrine’s poems, essays, and stories have been featured in over a hundred journals and more than a dozen anthologies, and they have collaborated with visual artists and musicians on broadsides, art exhibits, and a chamber song cycle. Perrine has been the recipient of fellowships from the Vermont Studio Center, U.S. Poets in Mexico, Writers at Work, and the Fine Arts Work Center, among others. They live in Portland, Oregon, where they co-host the Incite: Queer Writers Read series and teach writing to youth and adults. They are currently completing a fifth poetry manuscript, Beautiful Outlaw, and are working on a memoir about a year they spent living under an assumed identity.