Christina Mengert’s As We Are Sung is forthcoming. Her poems and reviews have appeared in Web Conjunctions, the Denver Quarterly, Aufgabe, the New Review of Literature, and elsewhere. In 2004 she won the Kim Ann Arstark Memorial Award for Poetry and was selected for the Best New Poets 2006 anthology. She currently teaches writing and literature at the University of Colorado at Boulder and in UCLA’s Writers’ Extension Program. In addition to being a member of the Anthropedia Institute, Christina teaches literature in the Anthropedia Well-Being Coach Certification program.
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