This week we welcome Eve Grubin as our guest blogger. Eve’s book of poems, Morning Prayer, was published by the Sheep Meadow Press. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in many literary journals and magazines, including The American Poetry Review,The Virginia Quarterly Review, The New Republic, Poetry Review, and Conjunctions, where her chapbook-size group of poems was featured and introduced by Fanny Howe. Her essays have appeared in various magazines and anthologies including, The Veil: Women Writers on Its History Lore and Politics (U of CA Press, 2009). Eve was the programs director at the Poetry Society of America for five years. She has taught poetry at The New School University and in the graduate creative writing program at the City College of New York. She writes a column, Letters from London, for Poetry International, and she is a tutor at the Poetry School. She lectures at New York University in London where she also runs the Poetry Club. She is the Poet in Residence at the London School of Jewish Studies.