Jill Magi works in text, textile, and image. Her books include LABOR, out this year from Nightboat Books, Threads (Futurepoem), SLOT (Ugly Duckling Presse), Cadastral Map and Torchwood (Shearsman Books). Her essays on art, writing, and culture have been published or are forthcoming in The Force of What’s Possible, The Racial Imaginary, The Chicago Review, and The Eco-Language Reader. An extended essay on a text-image theory/curriculum is just out from Moving Furniture Press/Rattapallax. She teaches poetry and writing through textiles at New York University Abu Dhabi. You can view her web-site at www.jillmagi.net.