Meet Lisa Baird! Lisa’s poem, “The Mouth is Your Hardest and Softest Place,” will be featured in our upcoming issue, Vol. 14!
How Lisa describes “The Mouth is Your Hardest and Softest Place” in 12 words or less: “The mouth as forest floor, as graveyard, as medicine, as verb”
Lisa Baird is a queer poet, parent and community acupuncturist living on the territories of the Attawandaron/Chonnonton/Neutral peoples, which is also the treaty land of the Mississaugas of the New Credit and part of Dish with One Spoon territory (Guelph, Ontario). Her poetry has appeared in various journals including Arc Poetry, Rattle and Plenitude, and was longlisted for the 2020 CBC Poetry Prize. Her first book, Winter’s Cold Girls (Caitlin Press, 2019) was shortlisted for the 2020 ReLit Award for poetry. Find her online at http://www.lisabaird.ca.
MEET THE CONTRIBUTORS OF VOL.14! We are so excited to announce the Vol.14 contributors! Over the next 18 days we’ll be featuring each contributor here and on all our socials. So be sure you’re following us (@untetheredmag)!
Lisa Baird Harman Burns Edie Reaney Chunn Kim Fahner Kate Hargreaves Mark Keane Katie Kemple Sreekanth Kopuri Heather C. Krueger Grace Kwan Višnja Milidragović filipa pajevic Ana Reisens Emma Rhodes Krissi Stocks Paula Turcotte Andy Weaver Lucy Zhang
Thank you so much to everyone who submitted work for consideration in Vol. 14!
We wish we could respond to everyone who submitted (because we know how much time you put into submitting your work—and we appreciate it!), but unfortunately we are unable to respond to those whose poems we haven’t selected for inclusion. If you haven’t heard from us, it means we haven’t chosen your work.
Our submission period will reopen again in the fall.
We are so excited for this issue, and we can’t wait to announce the Vol.14 contributors!