Robin Kinzer is a queer, disabled poet, memoirist, and editor. She grew up in a glass house in the woods, just outside Washington D.C. Since then, she's bounced between Boston, New York, Portland, Oregon, and New Orleans— and is at long last practicing stillness in Baltimore. She's been a theatre teacher, a bookseller, a veterinary assistant, a milieu therapist, a photographer, a pinup girl, and a crisis counselor with LGBTQ+ youth. She was also once a communist beaver in a PBS documentary. She previously studied psychology and poetry at Sarah Lawrence and Goucher Colleges, and is now an MFA candidate at University of Baltimore. She is a Poetry Editor for the winnow magazine, and will take over as the Poetry Editor for The Broadkill Review in 2023. She is a rare disease warrior, and will go to The E.R. with you, no questions asked, anytime you need a buddy. She loves glitter, Ferris wheels, and waterfalls. She also loves radical empathy, vintage fashion, and carnivals. She has three fluffy cats named Sushi, Edamame, and Ice Cream Muffin, who have her wrapped firmly around their tiny little paws. She can be found on Twitter at @RobinAKinzer.