A native of New York’s Hudson Valley, poet and essayist Sarah Heady writes on human geography, American history, and the built environment. She is the author of Niagara Transnational (Fourteen Hills, 2013), winner of the 2013 Michael Rubin Book Award in poetry. Her manuscript Corduroy Road was a finalist for the 2013 Omnidawn Poetry Chapbook Prize. She currently lives in San Francisco. More at sarahheady.com.