Kirsten Ihns

Kirsten Ihns grew up in Atlanta, Georgia, and she earned an MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Her first book is sundaey (Propeller Books, 2020), and her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Hyperallergic, Black Warrior Review, the Iowa Review, Yalobusha Review, and elsewhere. She is currently a PhD student and Neubauer Presidential Fellow in English Literature at the University of Chicago, where she studies texts that seem to want to be images, co-curates the emerging poet/artist series Plexiglas at the Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry, and works for Chicago Review.

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