Susan Gevirtz’s books of poetry include Aerodrome Orion & Starry Messenger (2010), Thrall (2007), Hourglass Transcripts (2001), Black Box Cutaway (1999), PROSTHESIS : : CAESAREA (1994); Taken Place (1993), and Linen minus (A 1992). Her critical study on the work of modernist Dorothy Richardson and early film, Narrative’s Journey: The Fiction and Film Writing of Dorothy Richardson, was published by Peter Lang in 1996. She was an associate editor of HOW(ever), a journal of modernist/innovative directions in women’s poetry and scholarship, and on the editorial advisory board for its successor, the online journal HOW2. After teaching for ten years at Sonoma State University, she now teaches in California College of Art and Mills College. The recepient of the 2000 New Langton Arts Bay Area Award in Literature and editor of a feature section on David Bromige for Jacket 22 in 2003, she lives in San Francisco.