Sabrina Orah Mark is the acclaimed and award-winning author of the book-length poetry collections The Babies (2004) and Tsim Tsum (2009), as well as the chapbook Walter B.’s Extraordinary Cousin Arrives for a Visit & Other Tales from Woodland Editions. Her collection of stories, Wild Milk, was a winner of the Georgia Author of the Year Award for Short Story Collection. Mark’s poetry and stories most recently appear in American Short Fiction, The Bennington Review, Tin House (Open Bar), The Believer, and she writes a monthly column for The Paris Review. She lives in Athens, Georgia with her husband, Reginald McKnight, and their two sons. Her essay collection, Happily, as well as a forthcoming collection of fiction, will be published by Random House.