Bio

Robin Silbergleid is the author of the memoir Texas Girl and two chapbooks of poems Pas de Deux and Frida Kahlo, My SisterThe Baby Book, a full-length collection of poems about infertility and pregnancy loss, is forthcoming from CavanKerry Press in 2015.  Her poems, essays, and scholarship can be found in a number of venues, online and in print.  She is a frequent contributor to Role/Reboot on issues related to infertility and single parenting.  Born and raised in Illinois, she holds both a PhD in English and an MFA in Creative Writing from Indiana University.  She is currently an associate professor of English and Director of Creative Writing at Michigan State University.  She lives in East Lansing, Michigan with her two children (and two cats).

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One Response to Bio

  1. Hi Robin,

    My name is Sara Mendelson and I’m the author relations coordinator at Pubslush, a funding and marketing pre-publication platform. I came across your work via Twitter. I would love to speak with you about how we can work together to bring any upcoming projects to life.

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    Look forward to hearing back from you and answering any questions you may have!

    Best,
    Sara

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