I received a master's degree from MAPH in 2018 and bachelors’ degrees in English and Classical Culture from the University of Georgia in 2017. I study very old and very new things and rarely manage to write poetry that does not reference ancient gods, witches, or sea creatures. My previous roles have included senior editor of a literary magazine, volunteer for a sexual assault hotline, ESL tutor, banquet hall server, and teaching assistant. My research has centered on contemporary adaptation of ancient Greek myth, which culminated into a MAPH thesis about queerness, hybridity, and postcolonial identity in Anne Carson’s Autobiography of Red. I am perpetually lost; please do not ask me for directions to places.