Janet McAdams is the author of the novel Red Weather and the poetry collections Feral and The Island of Lost Luggage, which won an American Book Award. Her chapbook of prose poems Seven Boxes for the Country After won the Wick Chapbook competition and was published in 2016. She teaches at Kenyon College, where she is the Robert P. Hubbard Chair in Poetry.
https://files.captivate.fm/library/e108a721-ad8b-4f64-a609-3321c1b01e92/thanatoptic-janet-mcadams.pdf (Read "Thanatoptic")
https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/janet-mcadams (Bio and poems at the Poetry Foundation)
https://poets.org/poem/lie-0 ("Lie" at Poem-a-Day)
https://shenandoahliterary.org/681/janet-mcadams/ (Interview at Shenandoah’s website)
http://www.southernhumanitiesreview.com/_____-and-the-elders-by-janet-mcadams.html ("______and the Elders” at Southern Humanities Review)