"I go for that place where the intellect and the imagination meet," says Gail Wronsky who has been praised by David St. John as being "among the most distinguished poets of her generation." She has authored ten books of poetry, prose, and translations, including So Quick Bright Things (What Books), Poems for Infidels (Red Hen Press), and Dying for Beauty (Copper Canyon Press). Her poems and essays have appeared in anthologies and
many journals, including Poetry, Colorado Review, Antioch Review, Boston Review, and Virginia Quarterly Review. Wronsky teaches creative writing at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.