Annelyse Gelman

Annelyse Gelman’s work has appeared in The New Yorker, BOMB Magazine, Verse Daily, the PEN Poetry Series, and elsewhere, and she is the author of the poetry collection Everyone I Love Is a Stranger to Someone (2014). She was the inaugural poet-in-residence at UCSD’s Brain Observatory and a Fulbright grantee in Berlin for her work at the intersection of poetry, music, and film, and currently holds a fellowship at the Michener Center for Writers in Austin, TX.

Crease (5) by Annelyse Gelman & Livien Yin

A Process Note Liv and I made this work during a 2016 residency with our friends in the high desert of New Mexico’s Gila National Forest. At the time I was thinking a lot about isolation and repetition—social, ecological—and reading Mark Miodownik’s wonderful book Stuff Matters. We were careful not […]