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Source: Poetry (February 2015)

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  • Bianca Stone is a poet and visual artist. She is the author of several chapbooks, most recently I Saw The Devil With His Needlework (Argos Books), and the poetry-comic I Want To Open The Mouth God Gave You, Beautiful Mutant (Factory Hollow Press). Her first full-length collection is Someone Else’s Wedding Vows (2014).

    Stone is the editor of Monk Books, a small press that publishes limited-edition chapbooks of poetry and art, and is also a regular contributor for The The Poetry Blog. Her poems have appeared in such magazines as Best American Poetry 2011, Conduit, Crazyhorse, and Tin House. Stone collaborated with Anne Carson on Antigonick (2012), a new kind of comic book and translation. She lives in Brooklyn with her boyfriend, poet Ben Pease, and their cat. Stone is the chair of the Ruth Stone Foundation, an organization honoring the work of Stone’s grandmother, poet Ruth Stone.

    In April 2013, Stone was a featured writer for Harriet.

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