Elaine Bleakney is the author of For Another Writing Back, an “avant-memoir” in lyric prose (Sidebrow, 2014), and 20 Paintings by Laura Owens, an ekphrastic conversation (Poor Claudia, 2013).
Her poems have appeared in American Poetry Review, jubilat, Gulf Coast, Verse Daily, and elsewhere. Her lyrical prose essays have appeared in The Believer, Literary Hub, and the Kenyon Review.
She walks in the woods. Sometimes with her son. Nearly always with her dog. This is in Asheville, North Carolina.
Also, she does Backstroke.