Emily Rosko is the author of three poetry collections: Weather Inventions; Prop Rockery, awarded the 2011 Akron Poetry Prize, and Raw Goods Inventory, winner of the 2005 Iowa Poetry Prize and the 2007 Glasgow Prize for Emerging Writers from Shenandoah. Her poems have been published in Agni, Antioch Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, The Denver Quarterly, Epoch, New American Writing, Pleiades, and West Branch, and her pedagogical essays on poetic craft have been anthologized in Poets on Teaching: A Sourcebook and The Working Poet II. A former Wallace Stegner Writing Fellow at Stanford University, she is the past recipient of Poetry magazine’s Ruth Lilly Fellowship and a Jacob K. Javits Fellowship. Her poetry also has received an AWP Intro Journals Award, four Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Prize awards, and a Porter Fleming Literary Competition Award. She is the editor of A Broken Thing: Poets on the Line and the poetry editor for Crazyhorse. An associate professor of English at the College of Charleston, she is the Director of the MFA Creative Writing Program.