Willa Carroll’s poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Tin House, Los Angeles Review of Books Quarterly, Narrative, Green Mountains Review, Free State Review, Structo, and elsewhere. A finalist for The Georgia Poetry Prize, she was the winner of Tupelo Quarterly's TQ7 Poetry Prize, judged by Brenda Hillman, as well as Narrative Magazine's Third Annual Poetry Contest. Video readings of her poems were featured in Narrative Outloud and Tuesday; A Reading Project. Carroll holds a MFA from Bennington Writing Seminars and has taught at universities, writing centers, and public schools. A former experimental dancer and actor, she has collaborated with numerous performers and artists, including text-based projects with her filmmaker husband in NYC.