Editor-in-chief of Rogue Agent, a journal of embodied poetry and art, Jill Khoury earned her Masters of Fine Arts from The Ohio State University. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in numerous journals, including Inter|rupture, Arsenic Lobster, Portland Review, and Copper Nickel. Her poems "Amenie," "Suites for the Modern Dancer," and "Crows" have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. In 2013, "Trilafon" was nominated for a Best of the Net Award, and Split This Rock picked her poem "Certain Seams" as a third place winner in their 2013 poetry contest, judged by Mark Doty. Her chapbook, Borrowed Bodies, was released from Pudding House Press. In 2014, her manuscript was a finalist for the Four Way Books Intro Prize. She works with the Western PA Writing Project as a teacher in the Young Writer's Institute, and also reads audio for Wordgathering: A Journal of Disability Poetry and Literature. She teaches in university, high school, and enrichment environments, and is especially interested in conducting workshops on poetry & the body and disability poetics. Her first full-length volume of poetry, Suites for the Modern Dancer, is available from Sundress Publications in 2016. She tweets @sundaygray and @rogueagentj.