Denise Leto is a poet and Senior Editor at the University of California, Berkeley. She works with a poetics of multi-disciplinary practice and engagement: the effects of language-making, speech formation, prosody, and movement within a framework of disruption and variation where the collaboration is as important as the emergent work. She has been a Fellow at the University of Michigan’s Research and Practice Symposium on Movement, Somatics, and Writing; a Visiting Artist at the Write Link(s) Conference on poetry and disability at the University of New Mexico; and a Fellow and Artist in Residence at the Djerassi Resident Artist Program. With Amber DiPietra, she has written a collaborative chapbook entitled Waveform from Kenning Editions. Her poetry and prose has appeared in Puerto del Sol; Beauty is a Verb, Cinco Puntos Press; Somatic Engagement, Chain Links; Seneca Review; MELUS; Wildhorses on Fire; Aufgabe; Wordgathering; The Wolf Magazine: Arts Council of England. She has presented her work most recently at “Emergent Communities in Contemporary Experimental Writing” at UC Santa Cruz; “Feminist Embodiment, Somatics, and Disability Poetics,” at the Subterranean Art House; and a multimedia art performance for “Breaking Ranks: Human/Nature” at the Headlands Center for the Arts. For more information, visit onecontinuousword.wordpress.com.