Bianca Stone is a writer, visual artist and teacher born and raised in Vermont. She received her MFA from New York University in 2009, where she worked and lived for many years. Stone is the author the poetry collections Someone Else’s Wedding Vows (Tin House, 2014), Poetry Comics From the Book of Hours (Pleiades, 2016), The Möbius Strip Club of Grief (Tin House, 2018) and most recently What is Otherwise Infinite (Tin House, 2022). Her hybrid works include the children’s book A Little Called Pauline (Penny Candy Books, 2021), with text by Gertrude Stein; and collaborated with Anne Carson on the illuminated Antigonick, a book of Carson’s translation of Antigone (New Directions, 2012). Stone’s poems, poetry comics, and essays have appeared in a variety of magazines including The New Yorker, The Nation, The Atlantic, Poetry Magazine, American Poetry Review, Brooklyn Rail and many others. She has returned to Vermont with her husband and collaborator, the poet Ben Pease, where she is Creative Director for The Ruth Stone House, a literary nonprofit writing residency, letterpress studio, dedicated to supporting poetry, art and cross-discipline discussion through workshops, lectures and other programming (more at ruthstonehouse.org).