Poetry. Arielle Greenberg was born in Columbus, Ohio in 1972. She was educated at a Hebrew day school, public high school, SUNY/Purchase College and Syracuse University. Her essays and reviews on literature and art currently appear in Rain Taxi, the Electronic Poetry Review, Women's Studies and other journals. She is the grateful recipient of a Saltonstall Individual Artist's Grant and a MacDowell Colony fellowship and serves on the editorial board of How2: an Online Journal of Innovative Women's Poetics. Since 2001, she has lived just outside Boston and has taught at Bentley College. "Steel, brains, blood, and rapidest versatility, an innovative approach to one of the oldest traditions on earth--poetry--and the longing to move it forward to the speed of synapse. These are the gifts Arielle Greenberg has given us in GIVEN"--Mary Ruefle.
Arielle Greenberg is the co-author, with Rachel Zucker, of the nonfiction/ transgenre book HOME/BIRTH: A POEMIC, and author of three collections of poetry, the most recent of which is SLICE (Coconut Books, 2015). She has co-edited several literary anthologies, including GURLESQUE; THE NEW GRRLY, GROTESQUE, BURLESQUE POETICS (Saturnalia Books, 2010) writes on contemporary poetry for The American Poetry Review and other places; and teaches poetry, creative nonfiction and transgenre work in the MFA program at Oregon State University-Cascades. A former urbanite, she now lives in a small town in Maine with her family.Author City: BELFAST, ME USA