Kimberly Lyons is the author of several books of poetry, most recently The Practice of Residue (Subpress, 2012), Asterik 12 (Fewer and Further Press, 2012), an issue of her work in broadside form, and Phototherapique (Ketalanche Press/Yo Yo Labs, 2007). Rouge is forthcoming from Instance Press. Recent work in Talisman, Peaches and Bats, New American Writing, Peep/Show Poetry, and Unarmed, and forthcoming in pallasks.pallaksch. Her essay on Bernadette Mayer’s Studying Hunger appeared in the journal Aufgabe. She gave a paper on spatial poetics in the work of Alice Notley at the 2010 Conference on the Tulsa School and helped to organize an all-day event on the paintings of Basil King in New York City at Anthology Film Archives in 2012. She works as a psychiatric social worker at the Brooklyn Women’s Shelter and publishes Lunar Chandelier Press.