Adam Giannelli is the author of Tremulous Hinge (University of Iowa Press, 2017), winner of the Iowa Poetry Prize. He is also the translator of a selection of prose poems by Marosa di Giorgio, Diadem (BOA Editions, 2012), which was shortlisted for the PEN Award for Poetry in Translation, and the editor of High Lonesome (Oberlin College Press, 2006), a collection of critical essays on Charles Wright. His writing has appeared in the New York Times Magazine, Washington Post Magazine, Kenyon Review, New England Review, Ploughshares, Yale Review, and elsewhere. His work has been supported by fellowships and residencies from several institutions, including the Fulbright Program, James Merrill House, Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, Sewanee Writers’ Conference, and MacDowell Colony. He has taught at the University of Virginia, Oberlin College, Long Island University, and the University of Utah. Currently, he is a doctoral candidate in literature and creative writing at the University of Utah, where he is a special features editor for Quarterly West and a graduate research fellow at the Tanner Humanities Center. He is a person who stutters.