Allison Titus has written three books of poems, a novel, and several chapbooks. Her newest book is called HIGH LONESOME.
Her honors include poetry fellowships from the NEA, Yaddo, and the Donaldson Writer-in-Residence program at William & Mary, and her work has appeared in A Public Space, Tin House, The Believer Magazine and Ninth Letter, among other places.
She is co-editor of the forthcoming anthology THE NEW SENT(I)ENCE:
Revisioning the Animal in 21st Century Poetry, a collection of writing slash manifesto that centers the nonhuman animal's agency, consciousness and creaturehood.
She works at an advertising agency and as a freelance copy editor and she teaches in the low-res MFA program at New England College.
Write to her at email@example.com