Amanda Nadelberg is the author of three books of poetry: Songs from a Mountain (Coffee House Press, 2016), Bright Brave Phenomena (Coffee House Press, 2012), and Isa the Truck Named Isadore (2006), winner of the Slope Editions Book Prize. Lisa Olstein is the author of four poetry collections: Radio Crackling, Radio Gone (Copper Canyon Press, 2006), winner of the Hayden Carruth Award; Lost Alphabet (Copper Canyon Press, 2009), a Library Journal best book of the year; Little Stranger (Copper Canyon Press, 2013), a Lannan Literary Selection; and Late Empire (Copper Canyon Press, 2017). Her chapbook, The Resemblance of the Enzymes of Grasses to Those of Whales Is a Family Resemblance (2016), was selected by Shane McCrae for an Essay Press prize. Dean Rader's debut collection of poems, Works & Days, won the 2010 T. S. Eliot Poetry Prize, was a finalist for the Bob Bush Memorial Award for a First Book of Poems, and won the 2010 Writer's League of Texas Poetry Prize. His newest collection of poems is entitled Self-Portrait as Wikipedia Entry (Copper Canyon Press, 2017). A portfolio of poems from the book won the George H. Bogin Award (judged by Stephen Burt) from the Poetry Society of America. Arundhathi Subramaniam is the author of four poetry collections, most recently When God is a Traveller (Bloodaxe Books, 2014), which won the inaugural Khushwant Singh Prize, the Piero Bigongiari Prize and was the Season Choice of the Poetry Book Society, shortlisted for the TS Eliot Poetry Prize. Her prose works include the bestselling biography of a contemporary mystic, Sadhguru: More Than a Life (Penguin) and The Book of Buddha (Penguin; reprinted several times). As editor, her most recent anthology is a book of sacred poetry, Eating God(Penguin, 2014).