Maya Marshall is a formidable emerging poet. With this debut, she joins a vital literary heritage of Black poets whose stewardship rivals their written contributions. Comparable titles: The Black Unicorn Audre Lorde; Seeing The Body Rachel Eliza Griffths, Horsepower Joy Priest, etc. Maya is well-respected and beloved across art, literary, academic and community spaces; the support and anticipation will lend itself well to All the Blood Involved In Love's inevitable success.
About the Author
Maya Marshall is a writer and an editor. Author of the chapbook, Secondhand (Dancing Girl Press, 2016), she is also co-founder of underbellymag.com, the journal on the practical magic of poetic revision. Marshall has earned fellowships from MacDowell, Vermont Studio Center, Callaloo, Cave Canem, and the Community of Writers. She works as a manuscript editor for Haymarket Books and has served as a senior editor for [PANK]. Her writing has appeared in or is forthcoming in Best New Poets 2019 (University of Virginia Press), RHINO, Potomac Review, Blackbird, the Volta, and elsewhere.