Ann Lauinger’s three books of poetry are Persuasions of Fall (University of Utah Press, 2004), winner of the Agha Shahid Ali Prize in Poetry, Against Butterflies (Little Red Tree Publishing, 2013), and Dime Saint, Nickel Devil (Broadstone Books, 2022). Her poems have appeared in publications from Alimentum to Zone 3, including The Cumberland River Review, Georgia Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, Parnassus, The Same, Smartish Pace, and The Southern Poetry Review. Translations from Italian, French, and Latin have appeared in The Massachusetts Review, Levania, and Transference. Her work has also been anthologized in Decomposition, The Bedford Introduction to Literature, Poetry Daily Essentials, 2007, In a Fine Frenzy: PoetsRespond to Shakespeare, A Slant of Light, and Short Flights. She has been featured on Poetry Daily, Verse Daily, and Martha Stewart Living Radio. Professor Emerita of literature at Sarah Lawrence College, she lives in Ossining, NY.