Ask an Editor with Elaina Ellis
Join Elaina Ellis, Editor of Copper Canyon Press, for a free one-hour Q&A. Elaina will offer some of her expert tips, tricks, and advice on the art and craft of editing. Come to the call with questions about your work-in-progress or for ideas about how to get on the road to publication.
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Elaina M. Ellis is a poet, editor, curator, and performing artist. She is the author of the poetry collection WRITE ABOUT AN EMPTY BIRDCAGE (Write Bloody Publishing), and her poems have appeared in Vinyl Poetry, Muzzle Magazine, The Iowa Review, Poetry Northwest, and Horsethief. Elaina has produced more than a dozen cross-disciplinary, collaborative art events, including 2012: POETRY APOCALYPSE, an original libretto devised and performed with the Seattle Rock Orchestra. Her most recent project, IN REAL TIME, was an attempt to find connection in loneliness through long-distance dance. She is a Lambda Literary Fellow, a self-identified Mountain Femme, and a founding member of the Kulshan Academy for Queer Artists. She has served as a consultant for organizations including Jewish Voice for Peace, Solid Ground, and Bent Writing Institute, and is proud to work as Editor at Copper Canyon Press.