Poet and critic Stephanie Glazier was raised in northern Michigan. Her poems and critical prose have appeared in the Alaska Quarterly Review, Iraq Literary Review, and in Reading and Writing Experimental Texts: Critical Innovations (Palgrave 2018) . She was a Lambda Literary Fellow in poetry, holds an MFA from Antioch University LA and serves as the poetry editor for Gertrude Press. She lives and works in Detroit, Michigan.
Stephanie has conducted seminars and workshops for readers and writers of all ages at the Michigan State University Center for Poetry, The Interlochen Center for the Arts, Oregon's Poetry Association Conference and InsideOut Literary Arts Project.
With a passion for the arts in public life, Stephanie has created community-based arts programs, including developing and launching Michigan's first Poetry in Motion campaign and creating a weekly radio segment called "Public Poetry Announcements" in Lansing, MI.