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Danielle Vogel is a poet, lyric essayist and interdisciplinary artist working at the intersections of queer ecology, somatics and ceremony. She is the author of four hybrid poetry collections, including Edges & Fray, and a triptych of poetic texts: Between Grammars, The Way a Line Hallucinates Its Own Linearity and A Library of Light (forthcoming 2024). Her installations and site-responsive works have been displayed at RISD Museum, among other art venues, and adaptations of her work have been performed at such places as Carnegie Hall in New York and the Tjarnarbíó Theater in Reykjavík, Iceland. Vogel is an associate professor at Wesleyan University, where she teaches workshops in innovative poetics, memory and memoir, and composing across the arts. She makes her home in the Connecticut River Valley, where she also runs a private practice as a herbalist and flower essence practitioner.