Anne Marie Macari ’s fourth book, Red Deer: Poems (2015), is just out. In 2000, she won the APR/Honickman first book prize for Ivory Cradle, chosen by Robert Creeley. She is also the author of Gloryland, published by Alice James Books, and She Heads Into The Wilderness, published by Autumn House Press. With Carey Salerno, she has also co-edited the anthology, Lit From Inside: 40 Years of Poetry from Alice James Books. In 2005, Macari won the James Dickey Prize from Five Points Magazine, and her poems have appeared in numerous other anthologies and magazines such as: The Iowa Review, The American Poetry Review, TriQuarterly, and Field. She founded and teaches in the Drew University MFA in Poetry and Poetry in Translation program.