Elisabeth Workman is a writer and poet with a background in dance. She is the author of a dozen chapbooks—including The Figures: A Litter (Dancing Girl Press)—and the poetry collections ULTRAMEGAPRAIRIELAND (Bloof Books) and ENDLESSNESS IS NO DESOLATION (Dusie Press). She’s collaborated on numerous projects with visual artists and other poets; her work has appeared in The End of the World Project (Moria Books), Counter-Desecration: A Glossary for Writing in the Anthropocene (Wesleyan), Flarf: An Anthology of Flarf (Edge Books), on a lit-up traffic sign in a construction zone in downtown Minneapolis (Northern Lights), and in a Codex of Quotidian Beasts (with Jenny Schmid’s cryptozoological etchings). Numerous institutions have made time/space ($) for these weird explorations possible (including Jerome, McKnight, MCAD, MSAB, SAFTA, U of M Creative Writing MFA Program, the PA Council on the Arts, and In Cahoots) and in turn have informed her teaching that finds in poetry a vessel/crucible for transformation and radical embodiment. She can be found in the disembodied realm at elisabethworkman.com. Join her at morningvessel.com.