Emily Wolahan is a writer and teacher who lives in San Francisco. She is the author of the poetry collection HINGE (NPRP, 2015). Her poetry appears in Gulf Coast, Georgia Review, Oversound, and other publications. She won the Loraine Williams Poetry Award and Arts & Letters's Unclassifiable Contest. Her essays have been anthologized in Among Margins (Ricochet Editions, 2016) and appear in the New Inquiry and Quarterly Conversation. She holds an MFA from Columbia University and has received fellowships from the Headlands Center or the Arts and Vermont Studio Center. Emily has taught writing workshops with the San Francisco Writers Grotto and as a Fellow at the Ruth Asawa School of the Arts. She has also taught writing at Columbia University and UC Berkeley Extension. She has been senior editor at Two Lines Press, editor at JERRY Magazine, and is currently a poetry editor at Tinderbox Poetry Journal.