Sue Landers’ most recent book, Franklinstein (Roof Books, 2016), is a multi-genre collection about one Philadelphia neighborhood wrestling with the legacies of colonialism, racism, and capitalism. She is also the author of two full-length books of poetry—248 mgs., a panic picnic (O Books, 2003) and Covers (O Books, 2007). Her chapbooks include 15: A Poetic Engagement with the Chicago Manual of Style (Least Weasel, 2011) and What I Was Tweeting While You Were On Facebook (Perfect Lovers Press, 2013). Her poetry has appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, The Offing, The Philadelphia Review of Books, The Chicago Review, amongst other publications. She was the founding editor of the experimental poetry journal POM2. She was a 2015 resident fellow at Saltonstall Colony for the Arts and has an MFA from George Mason University. At PLAYA, she will be working on her current project, a poetic investigation into New York City and its subway system. She lives in Brooklyn.