Maura Pellettieri a writer and artist. Her writing can be found in The Kenyon Review, Conjunctions, The Literary Review, Denver Quarterly, Tupelo Quarterly, Fairy Tale Review, The Adroit Journal, Guernica, and others. She has given talks at the Cleveland Institute of Art and the Contemporary Art Museum-Saint Louis, among other venues. Her work has been supported by numerous grants and residencies, including The Edward F. Albee Foundation, The Yiddish Book Center, and Seguin Maine. She teaches creative writing and eco-poetics in the San Francisco Bay Area/Ohlone land, and serves her community as an art writer and editor. She received her MFA at Washington University in St. Louis and her BA in English Language and Literature at SUNY Buffalo. Her work centers ecofuturist poetics, mutual care among inter-diasporic networks, land consent, more-than-human personhood, and the speculative feminine. She utilizes Hebrew medicine, psychogeography, and deep listening practices to write and teach about the human relationship to Earth. She is a Kohenet (traditional Hebrew ritualist) and makes her home as a guest on Lisjan Ohlone land.