Emily Wolahan is the author of HINGE (National Poetry Review Press, 2015). Her poetry has appeared in Volt, Tinderbox Journal, Fourteen Hills, Gulf Coast, Boston Review and other journals. Her essays have appeared on NPM Daily, The New Inquiry, and Gulf Coast. Her poem "Still Lifes and Landscapes" won the Loraine Williams Poetry Prize in 2016. "The Direct Account of Frank Thomas" won the Arts & Letters Unclassifiables Contest in 2016. Her essay "The Drawn Word / The Disappearing Act: On Writing as Mother, as Legacy, as Difficult Self" was anthologized in Among Margins (Ricochet Editions, 2016). She has been awarded two Vermont Studio Center residencies and is currently an Affiliate at the Headlands Center for the Arts. She has collaborated with artist Joshua Thomson on his multi-media project Platinum Metres and painter Owen Brown on the exhibit Ideasthesia, shown in San Francisco in 2015, and The Fieldwork Scroll: A Modern Exodus. A former Senior Editor at Two Lines Press and founding editor at JERRY Magazine, she lives in San Francisco.