Nicole Steinberg is the author of two books of poetry: Glass Actress (Furniture Press Books, 2017) and Getting Lucky (Spooky Girlfriend Press, 2013). Her chapbooks include Fat Dreams (Barrelhouse, 2018), Clever Little Gang, winner of the 4X4 Furniture Press Chapbook Award (2014), and two titles from dancing girl press: Undressing (2014) and Birds of Tokyo (2011). She is also the editor of an anthology, Forgotten Borough: Writers Come to Terms with Queens (SUNY Press, 2011). Her work has been featured or reviewed in the New York Times, Newsweek, Flavorwire, Bitch, and Hyperallergic, and her poetry was selected by Penn State's Pennsylvania Center for the Book for the 2016 Public Poetry Project poster series. In 2012, her work was featured in Transhistoria, the Queens edition of the Guggenheim Museum’s stillspotting nyc project. She's the founder of New York's EARSHOT reading series and she lives in Philadelphia, where she works as the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer for Moore College of Art & Design.