Kristiane Weeks-Rogers grew up around Lake Michigan and earned her higher education degrees in Florida and Indiana. She earned her MFA at Naropa University’s Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics in Boulder, Colorado where she teaches as a Writing Seminar instructor for BA students. She is the 2nd place winner of Casa Cultural de las Americas and University of Houston’s inaugural Poetic Bridges contest, with a chap collection forthcoming. Her work has been featured in Pacific Review, Chagrin River Review, The Well Written Woman, Torrid Literature Journal, Blast Furnace Press, Indiana University South Bend Graduate Journal, Off the Coast, Sediments Literature-Art Journal, Analecta, and Streetlight Press. She enjoys hiking, creating, painting, and drinking coffee and libations around the Rocky Mountains while discovering what ghosts really are.