Todd Hearon is the author of two collections of poems--Strange Land (Southern Illinois University Press, 2010) and No Other Gods (Salmon Poetry, 2015)--and a novella, DO GEESE SEE GOD (Neutral Zones Press, 2021). His poems, essays and plays have appeared widely in the United States and abroad. He is the recipient of a PEN/New England "Discovery" Award, the Friends of Literature Prize (Poetry magazine and the Poetry Foundation), the Rumi Prize in Poetry (Arts & Letters), and the Campbell Corner Poetry Prize (Sarah Lawrence College). He served as the Dartmouth College Poet-in-Residence at the Frost Place in Franconia, New Hampshire, and was a Dobie Paisano Fellow at the University of Texas in Austin. Born in Texas and raised in the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina, he lives in Exeter, New Hampshire, and teaches at Phillips Exeter Academy.