Jesica Carson Davis is a poet and technical writer living in Denver after several decades of travel. Her work has appeared in The Laurel Review, Zone 3, Columbia Poetry Review, Stoneboat, Storm Cellar, and other places, as well as her chapbook, “Uttanasana” (StillBlackWater Press, 1998). Jesica is worked as a typesetter for the University of Chicago Press, learned bookbinding at Columbia College, was the final Alice Maxine Bowie Fellow at Lighthouse Writers Workshop (2016-2017), and won Pilgrimage Press's Tarantula Poetry Prize (2018). She studied poetry at the University of Illinois and continued her education with workshops at The New School, NYU, Poets House, and Lighthouse. Currently, she’s working on several poetry manuscripts and an ongoing project making poemboxes, which sculpturally interpret her words. See more of her work at https://www.jesicacarsondavis.net.