Christine Gosnay was born in Baltimore, Maryland. Her first book, Even Years (Kent State University Press, 2017), won the Stan and Tom Wick Poetry Prize. Her work has appeared in many publications, including Best American Poetry 2020, POETRY, Image Journal, AGNI, The Missouri Review, The Poetry Review, Ecotone, and has featured on Poetry Daily and Verse Daily. Her chapbook, The Wanderer, was the 2019 title in Beloit Poetry Journal‘s Chad Walsh Chapbook series. She lives in the Santa Cruz Mountains in California.

Some relevant pages:

Christine Gosnay’s page at the Poetry Foundation

Christine Gosnay’s page at Poets & Writers

I took this picture from the California Zephyr. I like trains, and that’s why I put this picture here. I will have to put the following pictures on this page when I get around to it: old calendars and maps, grapefruit juice, Omar Sharif, I don’t know, probably Beethoven and some Antarctic explorers, maybe Proust