A poet with a keen interest in both the landscape of the physical world and of the mind, Radha Marcum lives in Colorado where she has worked as a journalist and editor. Marcum received an MFA from the University of Washington where she won the Klepser Fellowship in Poetry. She has taught literature and creative writing in Seattle, Washington; Boulder, Colorado; and Rome, Italy.
Her poems have appeared in FIELD, West Branch, Pleiades, Gulf Coast, Chelsea, The Bellingham Review, Poetry Northwest, and Taos Journal of International Poetry and Art, among others.
Radha will read from her first collection of poems, Bloodline (3: A Taos Press, 2017).