Jill Magi, interdisciplinary artist and writer, is the author of Threads (Futurepoem), Torchwood (Shearsman), and Cadastral Map (Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs). Her work has been anthologized in Fiction from the Brooklyn Rail (Hanging Loose Press), Letters to Poets: Conversations on Poetics, Politics, and Community (Saturnalia Books), and the forthcoming Eco-language Reader (Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs). Two new text/image works, Poetry Barn Barn! and From the Body Project, are forthcoming as chapbooks from 2nd Avenue and Felt Press in 2009. Jill’s writings, essays, and image/texts have been published or are forthcoming in Tarpaulin Sky, Jacket, The Brooklyn Rail, The New Review of Literature, Aufgabe, the tiny, CutBank, and HOW2: Innovative Writing by Women. Visual work has been exhibited with the Brooklyn Arts Council Gallery, The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Workspace program, Apex Art, The International Meeting of Visual Poetry, in Miniature Forests, and online with Hilda Magazine. Jill teaches at The New School, The City College Center for Worker Education, and Goddard College. She runs Sona Books from her apartment in Brooklyn, New York.