I live on a 144-acre farm (soybeans, corn, hay) in Tennessee with my husband, kids, and a bunch of random animals. I teach English and Humanities at Jackson State Community College. In 2012, I earned my MFA in poetry from Murray State University. I serve as the poetry editor for Parable Press and assistant poetry editor for New Madrid. I recently finished work on my first collection of poems, A Heart Like Texas. My poetry and fiction is featured or forthcoming in publications such as PANK, Anderbo, Monkeybicycle, Moonshot Magazine, South Dakota Review, Superstition Review, Cutthroat, damselfly, Lumberyard, Prick of the Spindle, failbetter.com, Weave Magazine, and Country Dog Review.