Jim Daniels (Poetry) has published 17 books of poems. His recent collections include Rowing Inland, Wayne State University Press and Street Calligraphy, Steel Toe Books, both published in 2017, and The Middle Ages, Red Mountain Press (2018). His sixth book of short fiction, The Perp Walk, was published by Michigan State University Press in 2019, along with the anthology he edited with M.L. Liebler, RESPECT: The Poetry of Detroit Music. He has also written and produced four short films, including “The End of Blessings,” which appeared in numerous film festivals. His poems accompanying the photographs of Charlee Brodsky have been displayed in a number of art galleries and collected in two books. His poem “Factory Love” is displayed on the roof of a racecar, and in 2021, he will be sending poetry to the moon as part of the Moon Arts Project. In addition to serving as Affiliate Faculty in the MFA Program at Antioch, he is the Thomas Stockham University Professor of English at Carnegie Mellon University.