Kim Jacobs-Beck is a professor of English by day, a belly-dancer by night, and always a poet. A native of the Detroit area, she is now, somewhat regrettably, an Ohioan, living between Cincinnati and Dayton with her husband and three cats who range in personality from super-relaxed to crabby-old-lady to hyper-kitten. She decided to pursue an MFA in 2015 on a road trip, somewhere on I-90 in Montana; she graduated in August 2018. A chapbook, Torch, is forthcoming from Wolfson Press. Her poetry can be found at SWWIM, Apple Valley Review, Bright Sleep Magazine, Muddy River Poetry Review, and Rat’s Ass Review, and others. She also loves reviewing books by other poets; her reviews can be found at The Rumpus, Gigantic Sequins, Los Angeles Review, Drizzle Review and her reviews of journals can be seen at The Review Review.
Author-in-hiding, Digital Artist-in-training, Student-in-perpetuum