Lindsay Lusby is the author of the poetry collection Catechesis: a postpastoral (The University of Utah Press, 2019), winner of the Agha Shahid Ali Poetry Prize, judged by Kimiko Hahn. She is also the author of two chapbooks, Blackbird Whitetail Redhand (Porkbelly Press, 2018) and Imago (dancing girl press, 2014), and the winner of the 2015 Fairy Tale Review Poetry Contest. Her poems have appeared most recently in New South, Gulf Coast, The Cincinnati Review, Passages North, and Plume. Her visual poems have appeared in Dream Pop Press and Duende. Her first lyric essay—“You Never Think It Could Happen To You: A Reckoning with True Crime”—was recently published in the Fall 2020 issue of Waxwing. She is a Senior Poetry Reader for Cherry Tree and she edits poems at Tell Tell Poetry.
Among other things, she is a poet, editor, letterpress printer, and freelance graphic designer. She loves horror movies, fairy tales, and all the fabulous names for wildflowers.
Contact her for freelance services, including: poetry coaching & consultations, broadsides, & graphic design for poets (& writers).